Foothills Gold Rip Rap

Foothills Gold Rip Rap

Foothills Gold is a colorful earth toned granite who's flat surfaces work well on slopes in landscapes. It’s size and rusty color with hints of green work well in creating dry river beds or gabion basket retaining walls.


The Foothills Gold Rip Rap in our yard varies in size from 4" to 8". 

Foothills Gold Rip Rap
Foothills Gold Rip Rap

Madison Gold Rip Rap

Madison Gold Rip Rap

 Madison Gold is a hard and durable granite which creates a clean, easy to maintain, natural looking landscape.  Being a light tan color Madison Gold  blends well with the desert environment. The small amounts of mica flecked through it causes a sparkling effect in the sunlight.  Rip Rap is generally used for river runs and erosion control in ditches and swales to slow down running water


 The Madison Gold Rip-Rap in our yard ranges in size from 2" to 4".  

Madison Gold Rip Rap
Madison Gold Rip Rap

Table Mesa Brown Rip Rap

Table Mesa Brown Rip Rap

Table Mesa Brown is chocolate brown in color, highlighted with splashes of gold, deep red and green tones. It has a very unique lateral characteristic that gives it the appearance of petrified wood or rock bark.  Table Mesa Brown's unique coloring and character makes it an excellent material for creating a dry river beds effect in a landscape project.


The Table Mesa Brown Rip Rap in our yard varies in sized from 3" to 8". 

Table Mesa Brown Rip Rap
Table Mesa Brown Rip Rap

River Rock

River Rock

River rock used to create a dry river bed and as curb side edging.

River rock used to create dry river bed and curb side edging.

1" - 3" River Rock

1 to 3 River Rock

The term "river rock" refers to a diverse group of rocks that have been worn and rounded by the action of moving water. 

3" - 8" River Rock

3 to 8 River Rock

 River rock comes in a range of sizes, colors and textures. We carry river rock sourced from the Salt River in two sizes. 

Delivery Area

Our delivery area includes North Scottsdale, North Phoenix, Paradise Valley, Cave Creek, Carefree, Rio Verde, Fountain Hills, Anthem, Desert Hills and New River.


It is recommended that you check with your particular HOA regarding guidelines for approved rock color and sizes.