bonfire vs campfire?what's the difference?
- Dj2541Lv 74 months ago
A campfire is something that you cook food in a frying pan on, a Bonfire is something that you stand around, have a few beers, keep warm and chat.
- D gLv 74 months ago
You can fit a campfire inside a cabin
You can make a bonfire out of a cabin
- MARKLv 74 months ago
There is absolutely no practical difference at all. Quite a few people have answered that bonfires are bigger. There is no prescribed size for a bonfire. A campfire is simply a bonfire at a camp.
- GertLv 74 months ago
A campfire is small, a bonfire is huge.
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- RobinLv 74 months ago
one has a camp and the other doesnt
- wind_updollLv 74 months ago
A bonfire is generally larger where spectators stand, whereas a campfire is small and intimate where people sit around it safely
- A.J.Lv 74 months ago
A bonfire is a large but controlled outdoor fire, used either for informal disposal of burnable waste material or as part of a celebration.
A campfire is a fire at a campsite that provides light and warmth, and heat for cooking. It can also serve as a beacon, and an insect and predator deterrent.
The difference is in the purpose of the fire and some can be called either one. There is a picture difference in our mind of typical bonfire versus campfire. We sit around a campfire with flames less than a meter tall, and diameter about a meter. A bonfire is typically larger. A large campfire would appear like a small bonfire.
- Jake No ChatLv 74 months ago
A bonfire is typically very big. And a campfire is typically used for warmth, cooking, keeping critters away, relaxation, or a small social gathering. A bonfire may be for a large gathering of people for a celebratory reason.