Agreed., although I have have seen/heard of people adding a polymer or stabilizer to gravel that makes it stiff and also will "move" if your in a frost area. The only thing about it is the gravel has to have some "fines" (small pieces all the way to dust) to
with the gravel sections. You may want to make the "walk" portion a solid material versus gravel if you need to shovel snow in the winter. Also, gravel can also be dragged into the house with certain shoes.
bluestone chip gravel path is contained by 4" high x 16' long steel edging. The pieces interlock together and are set into the ground with steel stakes that come with the edging. Depending on the thickness of the steel used, the installed price can range from approximately $7 per foot to $11.50 per foot.
Great house. Instead of gravel I would put in pavers that allow plants to grow to keep run off to a bear minimum.
stone gravel driveway.
For NP, check Golden gate 033, or persimmon.
expect from gravel, let's talk about the fun part: aesthetics. Given the natural tones of the pebbles that make up a gravel driveway, it is likely to be a good choice next to a warm- or neutral-color exterior.