A $99 stock tank pool for your backyard. We'll stop there.

This little guy is small, but joyful. It's small size allows you to tuck it darn near anywhere. Between a few trees, in a back corner, or even amongst the flower pots on your deck. At 100 gallons, it can be filled in as little as 15 minutes, then drained before bedtime. To keep the fun going all summer, just add the pump and pool treatment kit for $100 (see step 2)!

Get started!

To help you get started, we've curated a list of supplies for your stock tank pool. When you shop through the links here, you're supporting StockTankPools through the affiliate marketing programs of Amazon and Tractor Supply. Thank you for your support!

Step 1: The stock tank
For $99, start with the 2' x 4' stock tank from Tractor Supply and your garden hose. This tank features a 1" drain plug, for fast emptying. If you happen to find one without a drain plug, we recommend a $55 drain pump with suction attachment from Amazon to drain up to 1/8" (see step 3 below). 

Step 2: The equipment
To keep your pool looking clean and feeling fresh all summer, add the filter pump, skimmer, water treatment, and spare filters for about $100.

  • Intex Filter Pump: Amazon
  • Water Treatment Start-up kit: Amazon 
  • Replacement Filters: Amazon

Step 3: Bonus Accessories FTW!
Add a shade umbrella, string lights, tiki torches, fluid, the surface skimmer, or a separate drain pump.

  • 11' Cantilever Umbrella: Amazon 
  • String Lights 25': Amazon 
  • Tiki Torches: Amazon 
  • Tiki Torch Fluid: Amazon
  • Drain pump: Amazon


Shape: Round
Material: Galvanized Metal (Zinc coated)

2' x 4' oval
2' tall
100 gallons

Holds up to:
1 adult 

Step 1: The stock tank



Stock tank pool: 4' long x 2' wide x 2' tall


Step 2: The equipment

Intex Filter Pump

Water Treatment Start-up Kit

Pump Filters (6 pack)

Step 3: Bonus Accessories FTW!

Cantilever 11' Umbrella (best reviews)

25' String Lights

Tiki Torches (66" tall)

Citronella Tiki Torch Fuel  

Utility Pump with Suction Attachment


NEVER LEAVE CHILDREN UNATTENDED IN A POOL. Pools present a drowning risk, no matter their size or depth. Children should never be left unattended in a pool, whether stock tanks or not. Even though a stock tank is 2' shallow it still presents a drowning and safety hazard. Children and adults can drown in as little 6" of water. It is up to you evaluate whether a pool, stock tank or not, is safe for you and your family. And just for good measure, we'll say it again NEVER LEAVE CHILDREN UNATTENDED IN A POOL.


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