All-in-One Pond Bundle

Easily turn your backyard dream into a reality! This Bundle has all the essential pond equipment you need to create your own small pond up to 200 gallons.

Included in the Bundle

TotalPond 7 x 10 ft. PVC Liner

7 x 10 ft. PVC Liner

TotalPond Complete Filter Kit with pump and fountain nozzle

Complete Filter Kit with pump and fountain nozzle

TotalPond Koi Spitter

Koi Spitter

TotalPond Vinyl Tubing

1/2 in. Vinyl Tubing

Pond & Landscape Mini LED Light Set

Pond & Landscape Mini
LED Light Set

7 x 10 ft. PVC Liner

Complete Filter Kit with pump and fountain nozzle

Koi Spitter

1/2 in. Vinyl Tubing

Pond & Landscape Mini
LED Light Set

Let’s get building!



Estimated construction and assembly time: 3 hours

Tools required:

  • Rope or string
  • Shovel
  • Garden hose
  • Scissors or cutting tool

Additional items:

  • Sand or underlayment
  • Rocks

Outlets needed:

  • 2 properly grounded electrical outlets (GFCI)
laying out your pond design


Start by using a piece of string or rope to mark the shape and location of the pond. For this 200-gallon pond, the approximate dimensions are 3 ft. x 6 ft., with a depth of 1.5 ft. 

start digging a hole


Once you are happy with the shape, use a flat shovel to start digging the first tier of the pond. We recommend having levels in your pond. This will provide a shelf to hold plants and accessories. 

TIP! Allow for 1-2 in. of extra depth for the underlayment. 

digging the second tier of a pond


Begin digging the second tier of the pond to a depth of approximately 6-12 inch. Keep some dirt for leveling, while clearing all sharp rocks or debris that could puncture the liner from the soil. 

TIP! If your pond includes fish, make sure it’s at least 18 in. at the deepest point. 

test the pond liner size


Test the liner's size and shape by pressing it into all gaps to ensure a proper fit. Leave at least a 10-12 in. overhang. If roots and/or debris are present, line the bottom with old carpet or sand to protect the liner from punctures. 

fill the pond


Begin filling the pond. Adjust the liner edges, smoothing any wrinkles as it fills. Stop filling the pond at the halfway point. 

add pond filter


Assemble the Complete Filter Kit. Place the pump, filter media and fountain nozzle inside the filter box.

assemble pond nozzle kit


Using the ½ in. ID Vinyl Tubing, connect the Koi Spitter to the diverter valve on the assembled Complete Filter Kit.  

add pond nozzle kit


Place the Complete Filter Kit in the center of your pond and continue filling the pond with water. 

Make sure to slightly tilt the filter kit when placing it in the pond to fil the unit with water. 

landscaping around your pond


While the pond is filling, secure the liner with stones. Add a ledge of decorative rocks around the perimeter to hide the liner edge. The ledge can be a couple of inches deep. 

trim the pond liner


Fold the liner under or trim the excess. Then decorate the landscape around your pond with plants and mulch to disguise the liner edge.  

Place the Koi Spitter near the edge of the pond. 

add pond lighting and water feature decor


Add the Pond & Landscape Mini LED Light Set in and out of the water to illuminate the pond and water features.

use GFCI outlet for outdoor water features


Connect the plugs into properly grounded electrical outlets and enjoy your new pond! 

Add Chlorine Remover before adding any fish or plants to water. Chlorine Remover and other Water Treatments can be found here.

Can’t make an in-ground pond?

No worries, you can easily use this All-in-One Pond Bundle to create an above-ground pond. Follow this link for steps and helpful tips for building an above-ground pond. 

Product Maintenance

Keep your products running smoothly with regular cleaning and care.

Pond Maintenance

Now that you have a beautiful new pond, what do you do next? Routine maintenance can keep your water feature clean and clear and its inhabitants happy and healthy.