Nothing special, other than "being" in 4 states. Do it once maybe for the noval idea of it, but otherwis give it a pass.
The place was out in no man's land but definitely interesting to visit. Very nice facilities. Costs $5 per person to get in. Could get very crowded taking pictures though.
This may be the only place where you can see four states in under a minute... but there really isn't much value to the landmark. It was only a little out of our way and we had some time to spare so we stopped. $5 per person - a reasonable fee but not much value. There are a few historical... More
Don't bother there are plenty of other great sites in the area this is just to get $5 from every person for absolutely nothing, apart from trying to sell local soveniers , a long extra journey for nothing
Price has gone up to $5 per person, pretty steep for what it is. There was a paper covering up the old price, so it must have just changed this week. We were there on April 6th. Nothing really there, but my husband insisted we had to go. Took his picture and we left. We got there fairly soon after... More
It was really fun to stand in four States at one time. We happened to be there on a Sunday, and several of the booths were open for us to get some T-shirts.
I drove my friend an hour and a half down the road to see this. It's $3 per person. Merchants are setup around the monument in the different states, that was neat. I bought some earrings for $5. It was cool to be in 4 states at 1 time! We were there for about 10 minutes. But we had nothing... More
Although technically an Arizona location, the monument does not observe Arizona time when Mountain Time switches to Daylight Saving Time. They stay on Mountain Time all the time. Make plans accordingly! We arrived last week thinking we had an hour left. It was 4:08PM, Arizona time. Imagine our shock when the gate was closed and the lady working the gate... More
It costs $3 per person (cash) to get in, which I think is a bit high. They did a great job on the monument and it is beautiful and well done. Around the monument are permanent vendor spaces with Native American made jewelry and other crafted items for sale. The line to stand on the four corners cross was very... More
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