We recently watched an episode of P. Allen Smith GardenHome and saw he had built his own Compost Corral.
We got all the supplies from Lowes for only $25. We opted to build a 4' x 4' corral so we saved some money and only purchased (8) 8 foot landscape timbers.
Basically, you use blocks to raise the corral (so you can scoop the compost out from the bottom). Then you make a base of landscaping timbers, drill a hole halfway through the ends and place the rebar in the timbers.
Then it's just like "Lincoln Logs", you just add a log to opposite sides and build all the way up.
But it can get a little cumbersome if the holes aren't exact.
This project only took us an hour! It was extremely easily and I highly recommend it for anyone looking for a way to 'corral' your compost.
I can't wait for our next weekend project, a Custom Pergola!