Patio Stone

Rock & Sand

We carry over a half-dozen types of gravel, several types of sand, round rock and more. From garden paths to driveways, we have the bulk rock products for your projects!

1/4″ Minus Quarry Rock

Very durable and tight compacting rock, ideal for walkways and parking areas.

3/4″ Minus Quarry Rock

Angular basalt rock with fines that is dark gray in color. Mined from quarries in the Willamette Valley.

3″ Minus Quarry Rock

This material is larger than your standard driveway gravel. Ideal for use in soft soils and for heavy vehicle or truck traffic.

1/4″ Minus River Rock

Due to the amount of fines, 1/4” minus has a very high compaction rate which makes it ideal for walkways and as a base for pavers or flagstone.

3/4″ Minus River Rock

Due to the amount of fines, 1/4” minus has a very high compaction rate which makes it ideal for walkways and as a base for pavers or flagstone.

Granite 3/4″ Minus

Commonly used as a base rock underlayment for flagstone patios and walkways. Used also as a base for laying asphalt or concrete.

Pea Gravel

Used for decorative landscaping, walkways, drainage, playgrounds and in potting to increase drainage. Can also be mixed with sand for making concrete.

3/4″ Round River Rock

Most commonly used for decorative landscape and drainage

2″ Round River Rock

A mixture of this and our River Blend makes a great looking dry creek bed.

River Blend Rock

When used in decorative landscaping and water features, blend this with our 1”–2” round rock for better coverage and more contrast.

Red Cinder Rock

Durable long lasting ground cover, useful for landscape borders and pathways.

Decomposed Granite

Commonly used for filling cracks in flagstone patios and walkways.

Pumice

Light and porous volcanic rock, improves aeration and drainage to soil.

Bedding Sand

Useful for setting flagstone or pavers, bedding pipe and mixing your own concrete.

Dune Sand

This is the sand that is soft between your toes, brought straight from the Oregon beach. Great for sandboxes, volleyball courts and playgrounds.

Fine Sand

Very fine sand that is commonly used for lawn restoration, sandboxes, horseshoe pits, and cushion underneath above ground pools.

Mason Sand

Because mason sand is so clean and fine, it is a must-have for mortar mixes when laying brick or stone.

Several Ways to Get It!

Yard Pickup
On-Site Delivery
Blower Service
Conveyor
You’ll find details for available delivery methods on our individual product pages. Please contact us for delivery pricing.

 

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