Expansive Waterfalls and Pond in Crown Point, Indiana

This 500-foot long water feature located at a private residence in Crown Point may look natural, but it was installed by Aquascape 2 years ago. A constructed wetland filter helps clean the water and a sub-surface. RainXchange rainwater harvesting system manages stormwater run-off and stores it to feed the water feature as needed. A beautiful and environmentally-friendly landscape feature all-in-one! See the 4-minute video of this project at http://www.hometalk.com/1635776/million-dollar-backyard-pond.
The main pond receives approximately 120,000 gallons of water per hour from the large waterfall to the right.
Waterfalls twist and turn throughout the property.
The water slows in spots, and speeds up in other places ... just like you would see in nature.
An "outbuilding" where the homeowner can get away from it all.
A close-up of one of the many waterfalls. A variety of stone was used in this project.
To the right is a patio with firepit.

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  • 1240839 1240839 on May 08, 2015
    Ponds are like tattoos; bigger is better and getting one leads to wanting more. We have two ponds and I'm expanding the back yard pond soon. Yes, I have many tattoos. ☺️
  • Theresia Jordans Theresia Jordans on Jan 18, 2019

    I live in the driest State in the driest Continent. I will need to win the lottery to build it (have the rocks) and keep up with the water. Would LÒÒVE it.