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Stone Paths & Walkways

Stone paths and walkways are a key component of any landscaping project, adding both form and functionality to your landscape.  Paths and walkways not only encourage foot traffic, keeping heavy traffic away from sensitive areas, but aid with water runoff, prevent damage to lawns, and help to define a landscape.

At Rivertown Landscapes, we offer a variety of stone path and walkways options, ranging from paver stones and fieldstones to flagstones and native rocks, each offering their own distinctive visual, textural, and physical characteristics.  While natural stones are most commonly used is creating casual, rustic paths, pavers and stamped concrete are popular for more formal walkways.

Whatever your landscape vision, our stone paths and walkways are sure to add a distinguishing visual touch to your home’s landscaping, both inspiring the mind and evoking the spirit.

Landscaping Paths & Walkway Materials

  • Paver Stones
  • Fieldstone
  • Bluestone
  • Flagstone
  • Brick & Slate
  • Stamped Concrete
  • Stone Tiles
  • River Stone
  • Native Rocks
  • Cobblestone
  • And More!

Many landscape firms fall short of expectations when the materials they choose fail their clients.  At Rivertown, we work directly with trusted, quality suppliers, individually hand-inspecting and selecting our materials for the highest quality and most favorable form.  Be assured that our paths and walkways will provide a lasting sanctuary that pleases all the senses.

Schedule a Consultation

If you are interested in installing a path or walkway into your home’s landscape, we invite you to contact us at 616.866.1700 for a no-obligation consultation.  We’ll perform an initial evaluation of the property and explain how Rivertown Landscapes can help make your landscape dreams become a reality.

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