Pondless Waterfalls

Pondless waterfalls are perfect water features for those who love the peaceful effects of running water by way of natural waterfalls and/or streams with minimal maintenance. There is no ecological need to run the pump continuously. You can simply unplug the system while you're on vacation or even set it on a timer to turn off at night for electrical savings.

Why is it called a Pondless Waterfall?

Since the water level never pools above the level of the rock and gravel fill, it gives the appearance of a Pondless Waterfall.

Where does the water come from?

A hole, deeper than a normal pond, is dug, then lined and filled with rock, gravel, and water. The water then circulates from beneath the rocks and gravel by a pump that sits on the bottom.

Where does the water go?

The water runs through a pipe



What if I want to add a pond later?

A Pondless Waterfall is almost always a stepping stone for people or businesses who might be interested in a full-fledged pond in the future. Consider this whenever designing or installing a Pondless Waterfall.

How does a pondless waterfall circulate?

The water held within the open spaces of the gravel flows down toward the Centipede Module, which is connected to the Snorkel Vault. From there, it gets pumped up to the waterfall, where it flows by gravity back down through the gravel bed and Centipede Module. The cycle then begins again.