How to make a DIY Waterfall for your above ground pool – The Ultimate DIY Stock Tank Waterfall Idea



Incorporate this epic stock tank waterfall feature to your existing filter pump eliminating the need to purchase or install additional water pumps.

In this video I’ll show you how I build a waterfall for my above ground pool using a stock tank and a couple of wine barrels.

Many people use these popular stock tanks to make swimming pools, but these tanks can also be used in many different ways, including this awesome waterfall that can transform and level up your above ground pool game to epic proportions.

I purchased the 40gal stock tank ($149) at my local Lowes and bought two full sized wine barrels ($50 each) on facebook marketplace. As far as the plunger valve and hose, I wasn’t able to find them at local stores so I ordered them online on Amazon. Get all of these parts and you are ready to build.

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Plunger Valve:
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Intex Pool Hose:
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Music by Mokka:
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9 thoughts on “How to make a DIY Waterfall for your above ground pool – The Ultimate DIY Stock Tank Waterfall Idea

  1. donaloizzo says:

    Hi, I am having a problem and nobody seems to know what's wrong. When I vacuum my pool all the dirt seems to come back out of port A,, so the pool never gets clean. Can you please help??

  2. slamd hatch says:

    Like the way that turned out. Has a nice waterfall flow. I've watched a few of your videos now. With the distance and accessories you have, you should upgrade to a larger sand filter now to help with your water pressure on some things.

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