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The answer depends on the units that should have been given for the 2 deep: 2 inches, 2 feet, 2 miles - who knows?

Q: How much river rock do you need to cover 375 sq ft at 2 deep?

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Half a cubic foot.

5760 cubic feet of stone.

11,923,200 sq in. of sand.

That depends how deep you want your covering. You'll need a volume of 256 x depth_in_feet cubic feet of dirt to cover the area of 8 ft by 32 ft.

You'll need about 28.704 cubic yards (37 tons) of gravel.

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You would need about 1 cubic yard of topsoil to cover a 200 square foot area with 1 inch of soil.

Half a cubic foot.

5760 cubic feet of stone.

To give you an answer, we need to know how wide, how long and how deep. You gave us 2 of the 3 numbers we need. No answer for you.

11,923,200 sq in. of sand.

You would need about 13 cu yards or about 15 tons.

You will need 1500 cubic feet.

That depends on how deep you want the top soil! 5' X 8' = 40 square feet. If you want it 1' deep you would need 40 Cubic Feet, 3" deep you would need 10 cubic feet of top soil.

25 cubic feet or about 1 cubic yard.

Approximately 24.7 cubic yards or 31.7 tons of gravel.

That depends how deep you want your covering. You'll need a volume of 256 x depth_in_feet cubic feet of dirt to cover the area of 8 ft by 32 ft.

You'll need about 28.704 cubic yards (37 tons) of gravel.