We felt we had to come to this unique spot on our tour of the National Parks, we were quite happy with the 3 USD per person entrance fee. Up until the entrance booth it looks like the entrance to any other national park with what appears to be a ranger collecting the entrance fee. But once through its very tatty, one or 2 run down food vendors stalls and some very unclean pit toilets with no locks bearing the instruction 'knock first'.
The four corner point itself looks impressive with raised ramps for photo opportunities looking down on the' medallion' surrounded by the state seals . The arena-like space is surrounded by Indian craft vendors, some of which are very good, we watched one inscribing traditional pictographs onto stones which make a great souvenir.
You don't need more than 30 minutes for the entire visit.
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