How Hot Is a Campfire?


The average working temperature of a normal campfire is about 500 degrees Fahrenheit. This temperature varies greatly according to a large number of factors. The humidity in the air, the type of fuel used for the campfire, the access or blockage of wind, and even the temperature of the night around the fire can change this campfire's temperature greatly. The length of time that a campfire burns will also affect its highest temperature and the consumption of fuel.
Q&A Related to "How Hot Is a Campfire?"
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10 000 degrees man. Don't touch it. Corey Jaycock.
The average size campfire can get as hot as 500 degrees Fahrenheit after burning
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1 Additional Answer
Fire temperatures vary depending on which part of the flame you are measuring. It is always hotter in the center. A campfire is a carbon emitting fire. The temperatures range from approximately 1000-2000 degrees.
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