Gravel Delivery Daytona Beach, FL
Pebble Junction has been shipping gravel to Daytona Beach since 1986 and is your one stop shop for all your gravel needs. Our Gravelscape Gravel is available in a variety of styles that can be used for a range of projects including: walkways, driveways, drainfields, decorative landscaping, planters, landscape edging, dry creek beds, kennel runs, and more. We also have bagged gravel available.
Our parent company, Delaware Quarries, has over 60 plus years of experience in the stone industry and is our main provider of our landscape gravel. Pebble Junction also produces a large variety of decorative landscape gravels in bags for shipment to mass merchandisers, nurseries, garden centers, stocking dealers, and authorized retailers throughout Daytona Beach, FL.
We are proud to sell gravel to retail customers, commercial contractors, custom homebuilders, masons, landscapers, and pool contractors. Our gravel delivery cost is based on the delivery destination and method of delivery.
We have the following types of Gravel available.
- All Purpose Sand
- Black Lava Rock
- Brown River Rock Small
- Brown River Rock Large
- Brown River Rock Extra Large
- Burnt Sierra Chips
- Cedar Bark Rock
- Crushed Coquina Patio Base
- Drainfield Rock Granite Chips
- Granite Chips Small
- Mexican Beach Pebbles™ 1-2
- Mexican Beach Pebbles™ 2-3
- Mexican Beach Pebbles™ 3-5
- Palmetto Green®
- Red Volcanic Moon Rocks™
- River Jacks®
- River Jacks® Small
- Salt and Pepper Granite
- Salt and Pepper Granite Small
- Seminole Chips®
- Seminole Chips® Small
- Snow White™ Marble Chips
- Washed Shell
- White River Rock Small
- White River Rock Large
- White River Rock Extra Large
Pebble Junction wants you to find the perfect gravel for your landscaping project in Daytona Beach. We pride ourselves on service, quality and competitive pricing.
Contact us at today at 407-323-3838 to purchase our Gravelscape® Gravel products.
Daytona Beach is a city in Volusia County, FL with a population of around 61,005. The city of Daytona Beach is known for its beautiful beaches that allow cars to drive on the sand. The city of Daytona Beach was originally inhabited by the Timucuan Indians. In 1886, the towns of Daytona, Daytona Beach, Kingston and Seabreeze merged and became Daytona Beach. The city is the home of the Daytona 500, which draws over 200,000 NASCAR fans to the city each year.
Daytona Beach Resources
Daytona Blues Festival - The Daytona Blues Festival is a three day festival that takes place before Columbus Day each year. You can enjoy blues performances along with an assortment of craft beers.
The Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce - The Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce strives help local businesses and the community by advocating a strong economic and business environment for the community.
Daytona 500 – The Daytona 500 is an annual NASCAR race that takes place each year in Daytona Beach, FL. It begins the NASCAR season and it is attended by fans from around the country.