Room for two and ready for fun. Just $270 to start. This stock tank pool is a great size.
Easily managed and perfect for the backyard, the "Watering Hole" accommodates 2 easily, and 3 when the party gets "lit." The 6' size is easy to haul with your friends' pickup, for which they'll have a "forever" pass to your aquatic oasis. For the "rustic" look, we recommend Tractor Supply's 6' x 2' galvanized tub. Their tank includes a 1" drain plug so you can let the water out at the end of a fun weekend and not have to worry about "the funk" taking over your pool during the week. To keep the fun going all summer, just add a pump and pool treatment kit for $100 (see step 2) to last all summer!
Material: Galvanized Metal (Zinc coated)
Holds up to:
1 six foot air mattress
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Step 1: The stock tank
For $270, start with the 6' stock tank from Tractor Supply and your garden hose. This tank features a 1" drain plug, for easy emptying. If you purchase one without a drain plug, we recommend a drain pump with suction attachment from Amazon to drain up to 1/8" (see under accessories).
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
Skimmer for Intex 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
Step 1: The stock tank
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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