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[fahyuh r-pit] /ˈfaɪərˌpɪt/
a pit dug into the ground or made from stones, masonry, etc., for keeping a fire used for cooking or warmth.
Origin of firepit
fire + pit1 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Outside you will find a picnic table, gas grill, and firepit.
  • Rooms were generally small, with a firepit in the floor and a hatchway to access the second story and roof.
  • Each site is equipped with a picnic table, firepit, and bear-proof locker.
  • Where fires are allowed, build a small, low-impact fire in an existing firepit at an established camp.
  • Burn only small pieces of dead and downed wood that fit entirely within the firepit.
  • Picnic tables, a firepit and outdoor restrooms are available.
  • It includes a picnic shelter with tables, firepit and pit toilet.
  • Each site has a firepit, grill and two picnic tables.
  • Fires must be confined to fireplaces, firepit, or barbecues.

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