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Water Flume Fountain; a Landscape Fountain from Heritage Classic Structures

Depoe Bay 2013 North Rim

Depoe Bay’s hidden beach

Bring the sights, sound and feel of the rugged west into your landscape with our custom water flume fountains. Our flume designs provides for water-fall sounds to be placed in multiple “splash” pools throughout the landscape. We can install the flumes on permanent or semi permanent footings enable the flumes to be removed for storage and maintenance. The flume system also offers easy reconfigurations that can simply and dramatically change your landscape.

Flume in snow enhanced

NightScaping   a.k.a.   LightScaping  Turn your landscape into a mystical nightscape. We combine a wide range of showcase lighting experience and add light features to our fountains as well.

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Kelp Forest Gallery
Highway 101
South End if town
Depoe Bay, Oregon

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North Point Depoe Bay

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Bring the Old West into Your Landscape

Bring the sights, sound and feel of the rugged west into your landscape with our custom water flume fountains. Our flume designs provides for water-fall sounds to be placed in multiple “splash” pools throughout the landscape. We can install the flumes on permanent or semi permanent footings enable the flumes to be removed for storage and maintenance. They also offer easy reconfigurations that can simply and dramatically change your landscape. We combine a wide range of lighting features as well that can turn your landscape into a mystical nightscape.

These flume fountains are available in a variety of sizes and  custom installations as well. A complete ready to install two section, 12 foot fountain with a water tower is available for around $1,200.  A 50 foot multi-splash pool flume installed begin at  $8,000.00. 

For a site analysis and proposal contact Chuck Connell at (cell phone) 916-672-7007. Or visit the Kelp Forest Gallery in Depoe Bay, Oregon. The whale watching capital of the Pacific Northwest.

Water flumes were used for a variety of purposes including farming, bring water to steam trains, gold mining and logging throughout the west.