Summer may be drawing to a close, but that doesn’t mean you’re anywhere close to packing it in for the season. Just in time for Labor Day, Wayfair’s epic outdoor sale has everything from fire pits to grills to camping gear. As you can surmise, there’s a ton of stuff to wade through, so we did the work for you.
If you live in an area with temperamental weather but want to use a fire pit all year, get this one.
Not only is this one damn fine-looking wood-burning fire pit, it’s built specifically to withstand brutal weather thanks to its heat-resistant magnesium oxide construction. The fire basket sits low enough that sparks don’t fly, which is great for those with kids. Extra bonus: No assembly required. The dimensions are 14.88” H x 21.7” W x 21.70” D and the list price is $330.
Yes, there are smart grills, but you really can't get anything more reliable or trustworthy than the Weber, a grilling VIP.
The Weber propane grill has two grates and three burners, plus a bottom shelf for storage. It’s the right grill for your family, without any insane gimmicks that you most likely won’t use anyway. And it’s down from its $538 price.
Finally, a camping chair that also doubles as a picnic hamper.
This camping chair, made of 420D nylon, has a double-sided cushion. But of course, you’re gonna get the munchies, and when you do, just dig into the padded compartment, which can hold up to 12 beer cans (or piles of food) plus cutlery and a cutting board. The chair can support up to 250 pounds. Empty, it weighs just over six pounds. And it’s normally $48.
This hammock looks good, is easy to assemble, and works both at home and when you're camping.
This hammock, made of dyed acrylic with an inner poly quilting, is meant to be weatherproof. It can support weight up to 275 pounds. And you can use it indoors or outdoors, which is a bonus. Even bigger bonus: It used to cost $159.49.
This smoker has four cooking grates and totally adjustable side heat controls.
This steel charcoal smoker has an adjustable top chimney, a side vent and a temperature gauge to give you total control of whatever meat you’re smoking. It has heavy-duty handles so you can carry it around, and a magnetic door closure. Plus, the wide legs give it extra stability. It used to cost $249.95.
This wood-burning fire pit is made from steel and has a black and orange tile border. You simply throw in a few logs and light it, and thankfully, it comes with a spark screen, log poker, and a cover. Normally, you’d pay $399.99. The dimensions are 18” H x 28” W x 37” D.
Only a heathen wouldn't be enamored with this stone propane fire pit table.
This stunner of a fire pit table has push-button ignition and as the name indicates, runs on propane. Note that for safety reasons, you cannot use this on a wooden deck. The fire pit table is made of stone, comes with lava rocks for the ultimate outdoor vibe, and is sleek enough to fit any backyard decor. Regularly, it costs $542.99.
At nearly eight feet high, this massive trampoline can accommodate four jumpers at a time.
You’d be a fool to pay full price for this ASTM-certified trampoline, which would run you a hefty $1,017.13. It’s rectangular, with four heavy duty legs, eight curved poles, a top-flex enclosure system for added safety, and a safety pad.
This gas-powered fire pit combines the aesthetics you want with the functionality you need, at the best price.
Normally you’d shell out $410 for this beat of a fire pit. The exterior is metal, and it has a 50,000 BTU output for some serious flames. It comes with lava rocks, and it’s great for family gatherings, poker nights, or solo evenings of you and a craft cocktails. The dimensions are 15” H x 48” W x 15” D.
If you're into a more rustic vibe, you need this faux-stone fire pit.
Cozy is the name of the game with this stone fire pit, which is propane-powered. It’s got a hidden fuel tank, it’s weather-resistant, and you can adjust the flame. It’s simple and has a nice finish that is hardy. Plus, as other propane fire pits, it comes with lava rocks, always a hit. The dimensions 24” H x 32” W x 32” D, but at 122 pounds, you’ll need serious muscle to heft this thing around. Regularly, it costs $559.99.
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