If you're heading west after visiting the spectacular Mesa Verde National Park, it would be a shame to miss the Four Corners Monument, which is less than a mile off the main road leading to Page and Lake Powell. True, the monument is no big deal, but it certainly was fun for our family of five. Read the official website and you'll see that the Navajos make no sweeping claims for this place. As other reviewers have written, it is what it is. We loved the fry bread, enjoyed looking at all the Indian handiwork and talking to the artisans, and tolerated the port-a-potties. (It's in the middle of the desert, for heaven's sake. Carry some tissue with you.) Considering the treatment the Dineh received from the American government in the 1800s and 1900s, I hardly think we can balk at paying $3 a person to get into one of their attractions.
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