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Pre Filled Gravel Sandbags for Erosion Control (30 lbs each) - Size: 14" x 26"

  • Regular price $2,365.00 Sale price $401.00
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6-inch (9 gauge)

8-inch (8 gauge galvanized) - 90% markup

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30 lb Gravel Bags For Sale By The Pallet Or Truckload!

We'll do all the heavy lifting! Order Sandbaggy pre filled gravel bags for erosion control today and have these 30 lb gravel bags delivered to your doorstep! Our erosion control sandbags are filled with 30 lbs of gravel, are UV resistant, and refillable with up to a 50 lb weight capacity. Order by the pallet or truckload. 

  • Each pallet is 2,250 lbs and holds 75 Filled Sandbags Each truckload holds 1500
  • Filled Sandbags - please note that truckload deliveries requires a forklift & pallet jack onsite to offload pallets. 53 ft Dry Van is used for delivery
    • Additional delivery fees apply if no forklift is available
    • Production Lead Time - 3 days to 2 weeks 
  • Bags are prefilled with 3/4 inch gravel

Also available prefilled with sand.

Exclusive Free Shipping To Southern California!

Due to the weight of these prefilled sandbags, we are only able to offer free shipping to Southern California addresses (price is marked up for areas outside of Southern California).

Not sure if you are a Southern California address? Check your zip code with our delivery service here : https://shiphds.com/servicearea

Discounted Shipping To Northern California, Utah, Nevada & Arizona!

We offer a $1000 Flat Rate Shipping Fee Per Truckload. Whether you buy 750 bags or 1500 bags, its $1000/truck! 

Need 3000 bags? It's $2000

Discounted Shipping To Oregon, Washington State & Colorado!

We offer a $2000 Flat Rate Shipping Fee Per Truckload. Whether you buy 750 bags or 1500 bags, its $2000/truck! 

Need 3000 bags? It's $4000

The Best Erosion Control Sandbags

Our Pre Filled Gravel Sandbags are ideal for a variety of erosion control projects. Each bag holds 30 lbs of 3/4 Inch Gravel and measures 14-inch x 26-inch for maximum protection from soil loss. Works great for creating a gravel bag berm. Use these sandbags to prevent erosion on:

  • slope
  • streams and riverbanks
  • beaches and coasts
  • construction sites
  • industrial settings


  • Size: 14 inch x 26 inch
  • Gravel: 3/4 inch
  • Dimensions (Filled): 12 inch x 18 inch length x 3.5 inch height (depth)
  • Thickness: 10 Mil
  • Colors: Beige
  • Material: Woven Polypropylene
  • Weight Capacity: 50 lb
  • Volume ≈ 0.5 cubic feet of sand
  • Closure Type: Tie String (attached)
  • Stitching: Double Chain Stitched
  • UV Protected: Yes
  • Waterproof: 98% Waterproof
  • Reusable (refillable): Yes


  • WIDELY TRUSTED: Sandbaggy sandbags are used by many government agencies, landscapers/contractors, and nonprofits including the US Army and Red Cross. They are the #1 best selling sandbags on the Internet, with over 4 million Sandbaggy Sandbags installed across this great country.
  • Build A Soil Erosion Barrier! Create a robust and effective gravel berm using our prefilled gravel sandbags to safeguard vulnerable areas from erosion and ensure long-lasting protection.
  • Holds Up To 50 lbs Of Rocks Without Tearing! Made of thick woven polypropylene and double chain-stitched edges, these sand and gravel bags are built tough, capable of holding rocks, gravel, sand, dirt, and practically anything you can think of without breaking. Used by the US Army, Sandbaggy sandbags are truly military grade.
  • UV Resistant, Even In Hot Sunny Areas: Made with a UV Inhibitor, allowing sandbags to last 6 months under direct sunlight in hot, sunny places like California, Florida, and Arizona. In cooler regions, they can last 6 to 24 months, depending on daily sun exposure.
  • Heavy Duty Bags For Gravel That Can Take A Beating: When filled with 40 lbs of sand, we've tested these to withstand a minimum of 10 drops of 4 ft before any noticeable damage. Each bag is made from 10 Mil thick plastic to ensure durability in tough environments.
  • Tie Strings Attached: Even our pre-attached tie strings are Sandbaggy strong, with 30 lbs of tensile strength.
  • Woven Polypropylene Sandbags are a durable, water-resistant, and cost-effective sandbag material - providing optimal protection against erosion or flooding.

    Case Studies

    See these Sandbags in action! Check out how our customers used these products.

    How Sandbaggy Sandbags Protects Shoreline on Lake Michigan Property

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    How to fill it
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    UV Protection 3-6 months 7-15 months 6-9 months 3-6 months None None 1-6 months
    1-6 months 1-6 months None
    Weight capacity 50 lbs 100 lbs 90 lbs 100 lbs 100 lbs 100 lbs 2,000 lbs 3,000 lbs 2,200 lbs N/A
    What to put in it
    • sand
    • gravel


    • sand
    • gravel
    • materials
    • food
    • materials
    • food
    • materials
    • garbage
    • compost
    • sand
    • debris
    • gravel
    • garbage
    • compost
    • sand
    • debris
    • gravel
    • garbage
    • firewood
    • fruit
    • produce
    • grass clippings
    • leaves
    • branches
    • twigs
    • flood control
    • erosion control
    • military fortification
      (green color)
    • earthbag homes
    • flood control
    • erosion control
    • military fortification
    • earthbag homes
    • inlet protection
    • flood protection
    • sediment control on hills/slopes
    • securing plastic sheeting
    • flood control
    • erosion control
    • storage
    • earthbag homes
    • storage
    • trash bags
    • storage
    • hauling materials
    • storage
    • hauling materials
    • storage
    • hauling materials

    collect green waste

    Ties included Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes (corner straps) Yes (corner straps) Yes (corner straps) No
    • White
    • Green
    • Beige
    • Orange
    Black White White White White White White White White


    Is gravel good for erosion control?

    Yes, gravel is an effective material for erosion control. When properly used, it can stabilize soil and reduce erosion by slowing down the flow of water, preventing sediment runoff, and providing stability to vulnerable areas like embankments and slopes.

    What are gravel bags used for?

    Gravel bags, often referred to as gravel sandbags, are used for erosion control and sediment management. They are typically deployed to create barriers, embankments, or structures that prevent erosion, redirect water flow, and trap sediment, especially in construction sites, along shorelines, or in areas prone to soil erosion.

    What is a gravel bag berm?

    A gravel bag berm is an erosion control and stormwater management structure made by arranging gravel-filled bags in a specific pattern. These berms are used to control water flow, prevent erosion, and manage sediment runoff. Gravel bags are stacked to create a barrier or embankment, often used on slopes, construction sites, or in other areas where erosion control is needed.

    How deep should a berm be?

    The depth of a berm can vary depending on the specific requirements of the erosion control project and the expected water flow. In general, berms are constructed to an appropriate height and width that can effectively slow down water runoff and prevent soil erosion. The depth of a berm should be designed in accordance with local regulations and best practices for erosion control.

    Do sandbags stop erosion?

    Sandbags can help mitigate erosion to some extent, but they are typically less effective than specialized erosion control materials like gravel bags or geotextiles. Sandbags are commonly used in emergency situations to divert water or temporarily control erosion. However, for long-term and more robust erosion control, dedicated erosion control methods and materials, such as gravel-filled sandbags or engineered solutions, are often preferred.

    Calculate the number of 14"x26" sandbags you need

    Length of sandbag wall (in feet)
    Height of sandbag wall (in feet)

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    • It takes an average of 600 sandbags to cover a 100 foot section, 1-foot high.
    • Sandbags are being laid length-wise end to end
    • The sandbag wall is 2-3 sandbags wide
    • Sandbag wall is rectangular
    Disclaimer: provided that the assumptions listed above are taken into account, this calculator can only be used to provide a rough estimate of the number of sandbags required. Each case is different and requires your own personal judgment.

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    Our sandbags, burlap bags, and landscape staples are trusted by

    United States Marine CorpsMarine Corps
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