In my house, currently, all the water that comes from gutters and storm drains goes into one main underground 4-inch PVC pipe that outlets at the end of my backyard, right into under the soil, at 1-1/2 feet deep.
I spent a lot of time yesterday removing a clog at the end of the pipe (see picture). Basically, the mix of tree roots and soil, clogged the end of the pipe and prevented water from storm drain/gutters to flow properly.
Right now the end of the pipe is just buried underground, and my question is:
Given the fact that I don't have access to street disposal (unless I pump it all the way up more than 200 feet), and my backyard is mainly soil, what is the best way to dispose of the water? I don't want to just leave it how it is, because I'm concerned it will be clogged again. How one chooses between building a dry well, a pop-up drainage, cover the end of the pipe with some type of mash, etc?