Round rock comes in a variety of sizes and color variations making it a wonderful choice for ground cover, drainage, and landscaping aesthetics. Use bulk pea gravel as a cover for play structures or our larger cobble for decorations or masonry work.
Round rock is sold by the yard or by the pound/ton for larger quantities. To determine how much you need, talk with us or use our online calculator to get started.
For the price of rock per yard or per ton, give us a call or stop by!
Small “pea-size” decorative landscape rock typically used for ground cover, walkways, play areas, water features, and drainage.
3/8-3/4" round rock typically used for ground cover, water features, drainage, or in concrete.
Decorative landscape rock typically used for ground cover, water features, and drainage.
Round rock typically used for ground cover, water features, and drainage.
Decorative landscape rock typically used for ground cover and “dry” stream beds, water features, and drainage.
3/8”, 3/4”, 1-2”, 1-3” - Very colorful decorative landscape rock typically used for ground cover, walkways, play areas, and water features. All sizes available in bulk, with select sizes available in a 40-lb bag.
Colorful 3-6″ decorative landscape or masonry rock.
Whether building a small boulder retaining wall or simply adding features to your landscape, boulders are a great way to go. Our landscape boulders are a local gray basalt, a neutral color that works well with any landscape. We have many to choose from so you’re sure to find the size and shape you need for your project.
Use boulders to build retaining walls or individually as highlight pieces. Large selection of sizes available - even if they're buried, we can pull them out of the pile and load them in your truck or trailer!
Contact us today to talk about buying landscape rock, or stop by to view our selection of landscaping boulders.
Wall rock is simply a small boulder (or big rock?) about the size of a basketball with a weight of 25-150 lbs. The smaller size range allows for building retaining walls by hand without the use of heavy equipment. Wall rocks also work well as highlights in smaller landscapes.
For a more uniform look and easier installation, we also sell wall blocks made from concrete. Whatever you're looking for in your wall rocks, we can help.
Call us or drop by to view the selection of rock at your Gresham rock supply yard.
As you can see, we offer a variety of options for building retaining walls. Building small boulder retaining walls becomes a lot easier when you have a variety of stone to choose from. Our basalt wall rocks are just one option for retaining wall rock that look great in the Pacific Northwest. Stop in today to see our selection of basalt wall rock and other varieties of rock useful for building walls.
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Flagstone is any flat rock with varying sizes, typically about 1-3″ in thickness. They are perfect for paving patios, walkways, stair steps, or even as a natural stone veneer.
Our paver stones can be natural or made of concrete. We sell it all! Choose from more than five varieties of flagstone and paver available at your Gresham rock supply store. How much is a pallet of rocks? Contact us to learn about buying in bulk for larger projects.
Read more about buying landscape rock below, or contact us now!
One of our most popular flagstones due to the rich blue-black colors accentuated with natural rust tones, a true northwest favorite.
Bluestone is not just a local favorite, but a national one as it is used all over our great country because of its workability, versatility, and value. It’s neutral green/blue to brown earth tones help it blend well in any landscape design. We also offer it in square or rectangular patterns as well as tumbled step stones where the edges are rounded off to give an old world look. Bluestone is also available in lavender or blue colors.
A very hard stone, there is nothing hard about the look and value of quartzite. Colors of silver and gold, and some white with specks of green are a wonderful addition to any landscape.
This stone is known for its unique patterns and variegated colors, primarily in the darker brown and light gray ranges, though yellows, greens, purples and blacks are not uncommon.
A local favorite for years, Camas gray is a very neutral gray color that is multipurpose and may be used in almost any application.
These naturally occurring formations are guaranteed to add a dynamic element to any landscape. Custom fabrication can take it a step further. From a custom carved column rock to a simple step up to the deck, there are many purposes for which these stones may be used.
Columnar basalt is very unique to our geographic area. Column rock is so dynamic because of its strong linear lines. The possibilities are endless as they are often used in water fountains, as “bubblers”, benches, accent pieces, and many more custom fabrications. We offer gray Columbia River columns and Bronze columns which are black with a “bronze” patina exterior.
For any questions or inquiries, please get in touch or stop by our Gresham rock supply yard!
Stone “stairs” not only add function to a sloped area, but are a gorgeous addition. Stand them on end and they make great signs or address rocks. Build a table and sitting area too, or have them span a small creek as a bridge. The uses are plenteous!
If you'd like to talk about more ideas or for any questions, let us know!
We deliver bark, rock, and gravel to customers in and around Gresham, Oregon. CONTACT US for details.
We are open to the general public and landscaping professionals during the following days and hours:
Summer Hours: (Mar-Oct) M-F 7:30-5:30, Sat 8-5, Sun 10-4.
Winter Hours: (Nov-Feb) M-F 7:30-4:30, Sat 9-4, closed Sunday
Most rock products are sold by the pound or ton. We will usually weigh your vehicle or trailer before and after it is loaded, and take the difference as the weight of the product.
Some types of rock can be picked up by the pallet. For a pallet of rocks for building walls or patios, stop by!
Round rock or river rock weighs probably about a ton per cubic yard. A pallet of rock material is typically between 3000-4000 lbs. The exact weight of rock per cubic yard will depend on the density of the rock.
A ton weighs 2,000 lbs, whether that's gravel, river rock, bark, sand, or anything else for that matter.
There is no minimum for rock products. We do ask a ½ yard minimum for those products sold by volume when our front loader is used to load it.Feel free to bring in your own containers for smaller quantities. We will simply measure your containers and charge accordingly.
You can use our calculator to help figure out the amount and cost of rock you will need. The amount is determined by measuring the length, width, height, and depth of the material needed for your project and multiplying.
There is no difference - they are the same thing. This product can also be called drain rock (though the size of the rock will affect its ability to drain well for different applications)
Slate is a type of dark-colored rock - metamorphic, specifically - which naturally breaks flat. This makes it work well as a flagstone (any flat rock), so some flagstones are slate rocks. However, not all flagstones are slate - there are many options of natural and manmande alternatives to slate. Of course, slate isn't limited to being walked on - there are all kinds of applications for it, as well, besides being a flagstone.
We have equipment to handle most of the heavy lifting, however if you have an enclosed vehicle it may be difficult for our equipment to safely load it so loading by hand may become necessary.
The short answer is a full size pickup can typically haul up to one yard of rock. A small compact pickup will be half that or less. The GVW rating for your vehicle (typically located on the driver’s side door frame or in your owner’s manual) is the maximum total gross weight allowed per your manufacturer’s specifications. We have a drive-on scale so when you arrive we can determine at that point how much may be safely loaded, depending on your scale or tare weight.
Delivery is available and prices vary depending on product type, quantity, and destination but typically runs $65+ for local dump truck deliveries. 1-2 days is usually enough time to schedule deliveries, and sometimes we can do it the same day, but that depends on availability. A discounted $25 delivery charge is available for nearby bark or compost orders and select soil orders of 8 yards at a time!
As a Uhaul neighborhood rental center we also have Uhaul trucks/trailers available much of the time. They are a good value for hauling small loads, and a GREAT value compared to a forklift truck when hauling pallets of product (though you unload by hand). Call ahead for availability and pricing.
Serving Gresham, Portland, Sandy, Boring, Clackamas, Oregon City, Happy Valley, Milwaukie, Corbett, Fairview, Troutdale - and surrounding areas
Summer Hours (Mar-Oct)
M-F 7:30-5:30, Sat 8-5, Sun 10-4
Winter Hours (Nov-Feb)
M-F 7:30-4:30, Sat 9-4, Sun closed
Stone Depot is a neighborhood Uhaul Dealer.
19333 SE Division St
Gresham, OR 97030