# How many cubic feet of river rock do I need?

**cubic feet**. When you divide the

**cubic feet**by 27, you get the number in

**cubic**yards. If you had 120

**cubic feet**, for example, divide 120 by 27 to get about 4 1/2

**cubic**yards. If you

**need**the amount in tons, multiply the

**cubic**yards by 1.35.

Correspondingly, how many cubic feet of rock do I need?

Divide the desired depth for your landscape **rock** in inches by 12 to convert it to **feet**. For instance, if you **want** the **rock** to be 2 inches deep, divide 2 by 12, which equals 0.1667 **feet**. Multiply the length by the width by the desired depth in **feet** for your landscape **rock** to find the number of **cubic feet** you will **need**.

Beside above, what size river rock should I use? 3/4 Inch to 2 Inch **River Rocks** Since smooth **rocks** are often used to mulch flowerbeds and line garden pathways, larger, heavier gravel is less likely to scatter. If you're creating a pathway or other more decorative garden element, medium-sized **river rocks** might be the perfect choice!

Besides, how many cubic feet is a ton of river rock?

2000 lbs./ 1 **Ton** pallet of **River Rock**. One (1) **ton of river rock** covers approximately a 50-75 sq. ft.

How much does a cubic foot of river rock weigh?

1"-3" **River Rock** Weight per **cubic** yard is approximately 2600 lbs. One yard will cover about 100 square **feet** at 3" deep.