River Gravel

River gravel is stone that has been smoothed over by many years of erosion. It is typically multi-colored, with various shades of grey, red, brown, and more. In the past, gravel was dredged from river and stream beds. These days, however, it is mined from sand banks, which is a more environmentally friendly method.

  • 1B Pea GravelQuick View
    • 1B Pea GravelQuick View
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    • 1B Pea Gravel

    • $31.00 per ton
    • 1B Pea Gravel is the smallest grade of stone, with an approximate diameter of 1/4" - 1/2". It is most commonly used for high-traffic areas such as pathways, playgrounds, and fire pit areas. It can also be used for other applications like french drains and pipe bedding. Sold per ton (1.4 CY)
  • 2B River GravelQuick View
  • 3B River GravelQuick View
    • 3B River GravelQuick View
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    • 3B River Gravel

    • $37.00 per ton
    • 3B River Gravel is a naturally sized and shaped stone that is typically found near bodies of water. It is about the size of a plum, with an average diameter of 1.5" - 3". This size of gravel is a popular alternative to mulch, and can also be used for various drainage applications. Sold by the ton (1.5 CY)
  • 4B-6B River GravelQuick View
    • 4B-6B River GravelQuick View
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    • 4B-6B River Gravel

    • $38.00 per ton
    • 4B-6B River Gravel is the largest size gravel that we stock at APLS. With an average diameter of 4" - 8" per stone, this gradation is typically used as bedding around large vegetation, bedding on steep hillsides, as an accent/barrier, or as garden edging. Sold by the ton (1.4 CY)