From the Appalachian mountains to the rolling land of the Piedmont to 300 miles of white sandy beaches. Scenic beauty, a culture rich in history and the arts, and world-class sports and recreational opportunities make NC an exceptional place to live.
One of the 13 original states, North Carolina lies on the Atlantic coast midway between New York and Florida and is bounded to the north by Virginia, to the east by the Atlantic Ocean, to the south by South Carolina and Georgia, and to the west by Tennessee. The terrain of North Carolina is among the wettest in the country, with vast marshlands in the coastal tidewater area and numerous lakes in the Piedmont and Appalachian regions. These three physical regions account for much of the diversity in lifestyles and cultures within the state’s boundaries. The capital is Raleigh.
Beautiful Palletized Rock Perfect for any home!
Beautiful Veneer perfect for any walkway or patio
Beautiful Palletized Rock Perfect for any home!
About Carolina Stone Supply
Who We Are
Carolina Stone Supply is a bulk stone supplier for states located in the South Eastern United States.
Our number one product is New England River Rock, a beautiful rounded rock that is available in bulk, super sacks, pallets and even railcars. The most popular size in New England River Rock is the 1-2" or the 2-4".
Winchester River Rock
Winchester River Rock is a beautiful brown and tan stone perfect for any home or business. It can be most compared to the popular Tennessee River Rock.
This stone is full of natural tones that can compliment any space. The Winchester blend has both round and non round pieces of stone. Compared to Tennessee river rock, it adds more dimension and depth to create a more interesting and eye catching look. The most popular sizes we offer are 1” and 2-4”.
Alabama Brown Gravel
Alabama Brown Gravel Is a classic southern brown color. Both 3/4" and 1-2" is available in size.
New England River Rock
New England River Rock is our most popular product in North Carolina. Coastal New England style is making its way to the NC region. New England River Rock can be most compared to the popular Delaware River Jacks or Delaware River Rock. The New England River Rock is better and offers more variety than the popular Delaware River Rock.
New England River Rock is a multi-colored round stone offered in 6 different sizes. Our special blend has hints of pinks and blacks which makes it unique in comparison to the Delaware blend. This stone can be used on driveways, walkways, gardens, and more! No matter the project this stone is perfect for any style.
River Rock Uses on North Carolina Properties
Some of the most popular properties found across North Carolina are colonial, cottage, historic, brownstone, and modern styled homes. No matter what style home you have, river rock can be used for any of them. The great thing about river rock is it comes in a variety of sizes that can be used for any project. Its colors match the ambiance of any style and will draw attention to any property.
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Using river rock on walkways is extremely popular. In many homes across the state, you will find pathways carved out by stone, and even utilize crushed stone instead of traditional veneer walkways. North Carolina is all about grand entrances, so why not make a statement with your walkway.
If you want to have a more traditional and historic style home, utilizing river rock for your driveway is the perfect way to mix old and new styles. Crushed stone has been used for driveways for years and helps to create a more charming look to your property. Pavement is more modern element to a home. By replacing it with crushed river rock, you can bring back that old southern charm.
Wallstone can be used for a number of projects along your property. This stone is perfect for carving out landscapes, creating a grand entrance, and more. Many homes in North Carolina have grand entrances, and carving out an entrance with wallstone can create a beautiful walkway leading up to your home. For more modern homes, wallstone can even be used around your pool to add beautiful gardens and outlines for your pool / patio.
Exotic Stone Available in North Carolina
Canadian Pink River Rock is the first of its kind. This stone cannot be found anywhere else! It is found in the northernmost part of the United States. This river rock blend has beautiful pink tones that make a statement in any space. Canadian Pink River Rock adds a beautiful pop of color, while remaining neutral enough to compliment any outdoor space. Our most popular size is 4-10”.
For Properties along the North Carolina coast, we recommend our Bayside Skimmer stone. This can be most compared to ocean pebbles. This stone is perfect for any coastal property. This round stone has tones of carmel and tan that will help your home stand out from the rest. Our Bayside Skimmer blend is not like most beach pebbles because it is smoother in texture. The light and tan tones compliment any beachside or coastal styled home.
Other Products We Offer
Our Infield Mix is perfect for any sports complex or country club. Our Infield Mix is perfect for any baseball field or any other complex you may need. We also offer a variety of sands for golf courses.
Fun Facts About North Carolina…
The world-famous Krispy Kreme donuts started out in North Carolina. The first Krispy Kreme donut was made on July 13, 1937. Founder Vernon Rudolph got a secret recipe from a chef in New Orleans and decided to open a donut shop. The shop was opened in the town that was Salem, but is now Winston-Salem. Originally, Rudolph planned to sell only to grocery stores, but he got so many requests from passers-by that he started selling to them, as well.
The state is well-known for the sheer number of famous musicians who made North Carolina their home. In fact, the state has had more American Idol finalists than any other state in the country. Chris Daughtry was one of these. He placed fourth in the fifth season of American Idol and is the lead vocalist and guitarist for the band Daughtry. Chris was born in Roanoke Rapids.
Fayetteville, North Carolina, saw something unique on March 7, 1914. This is the day that Babe Ruth hit his first professional home run. Fayetteville is also where Ruth got the nickname Babe. He was adopted by Jack Dunn, the manager of the Baltimore Orioles, to keep the player with the team. After other players found out, they started calling him “Dunn’s baby,” which later got shortened to Babe.