How many yards is 20 tons of gravel in feet depends on the size of aggregate, dry or wet condition, the density and types of the gravel. The gravel may be pea gravel small, smooth, naturally rounded river rock, each stone about the size of a pea (3/8-inch), river rock, crushed stone and bank gravel, formed from disintegration of granite and basalt rocks.

One cubic yard of gravel can weigh between 2,400 to 2,900 pounds or approximately up to one and a half tons. A cubic yard of wet gravel is slightly heavier and weighs about 3,400 pounds (1542 kilograms). If the gravel is dry, it can weigh around 2,800 pounds (1,270 kilograms) per cubic yard. Pea gravel is lighter and weighs around 2,600 pounds (1,180 kilograms) per cubic yard.

A cubic yard of gravel is a unit of volume that measures 3 feet in length × 3 feet in height × 3 feet wide. So one cubic yard of gravel is = 3’×3’×3′ = 27 cubic feet, thus it is equivalent to 27 cubic feet or approximately 764.6 liters. One ton of gravel weighs about 2,000 lb.

The density of gravel per cubic yard can vary, but for estimation purpose, Builders would take it 1.5 US tons per cubic yard or 3,000 pounds per cubic yard. To convert 20 tons of gravel to cubic yards, use the formula: Tons ÷ 1.5 = cubic yards, like 20/1.5 = 14 cubic yards. 20 tons of gravel would be roughly 14 cubic yards or 378 cubic feet (since 14 × 27 = 378 cubic feet).

**How many yards is 20 tons of gravel in feet**

Converting tons of gravel to cubic yards depends on the density of the gravel. However, for estimation purposes, a common density for gravel is about 1.5 tons per cubic yard. Using this, 20 tons of gravel would be roughly 14 cubic yards (20 tons / 1.5 tons per cubic yard) or 378 cubic feet (since 14 × 27 = 378 cubic feet).

**How many yards is 1 ton of gravel?** 1 tons of gravel would be generally about 0.66 cubic yards (1 tons /1.5 tons per cubic yard) or approximately 18 cubic feet (since 0.66 × 27 = 18 cubic feet). So, 1 ton of gravel will cover 0.507 cubic meters, or 18 cubic feet, or 0.66 cubic yards.

If you want to convert tons of gravel to yards, use the formula: Tons of gravel ÷ 1.5 = Cubic yards of gravel. Using this formula, you can figure the amount of cubic yards of gravel from any tons amount, what ever given.

Since, 1 ton of gravel would be roughly about 0.66 cubic yards, so 20 tons of gravel would be 14 yards. Likewise, 12 tons of gravel would be 8 yards, 26 tons of gravel would be 18 yards, 50 tons of gravel would be 33 yards, 28 tons of gravel would be 19 yards, 17 tons of gravel would be 12 yards, 25 tons of gravel would be 17 yards, 5 tons of gravel would be 4 yards, and 16 tons of gravel would be 11 yards.

**Cubic yards of gravel to tons conversion**

Converting cubic yards of gravel to tons, use the formula: cubic yards × 1.5 = Tons of gravel. For example, how many tons is 10 yards of gravel? Simply, 10 yards of gravel would be roughly 15 tons (because, 10×1.5 = 15 tons).

Since, 1 yard of gravel would be roughly about 1.5 tons, so 10 yards of gravel would be 15 tons. Likewise, 12 yards of gravel would be 18 tons, 14 yards of gravel would be 21 tons, 16 yards of gravel would be 24 tons, 17 yards of gravel would be 25 tons, 13 yards of gravel would be 20 tons, 6 yards of gravel would be 9 tons, and 40 yards of gravel would be 60 tons.

In addition, 2 yards of gravel would be 3 tons, 3 yards of gravel would be 4.5 tons, 5 yards of gravel would be 7.5 tons, 6 yards of gravel would be 9 tons, 8 yards of gravel would be 12 tons, and 4 yards of gravel would be 6 tons.

**Conclusions:-**

Converting tons of gravel to cubic yards depends on the density of the gravel. However, a common approximation is that 1 ton of gravel is roughly equivalent to 0.66 cubic yards. Therefore, 20 tons of gravel would be around 14 cubic yards or approximately 378 cubic feet.