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We just had to do it !!!!!!!!!!!

Standing on 4 states at one time may be corny, but it was fun to watch all the various visitors... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
funflowertrips
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Corona del Mar, California
Worth the photo op

It was fun to say we were standing in four states at once. The monument is a 1000+/- feet off the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
rleNewEngland
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New England
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Standing on 4 states at one time may be corny, but it was fun to watch all the various visitors from around the world taking photos on the monument. Since it was a cold November day, there were not many venders in the well laid out stalls. Also not too many tourists either.

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Reviewed 6 days ago

Such an opportunity to standing in 4 states at once :-) There are several Native American booths that surround the area. So much history in the arts and crafts that were being sold. Vendors were not only nice, but answered questions and even gave a brief history of an item that we were interested in. We will be most Definitely stop when we pass thru this way again.

Thank Lisa L
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Reviewed 1 week ago

It was fun to say we were standing in four states at once. The monument is a 1000+/- feet off the highway. Depending on the day you might find fry bread, etc. for sale. On our visit several stalls around the monument were full of vendors selling their Navajo items. I purchased a small detailed pottery box from the lady who had handmade this little masterpiece. It is a wonderful souvenir I will have for years.

Someone is there constantly sweeping to keep the monument plaque sand free. Restrooms/outhouses available. The parking lot needs some help/grading to prevent the muddy ruts. That's my only complaint.

Thank rleNewEngland
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We got there a little before closing time and it was still busy. They have stands surrounding the four corners and we checked out what they had. So many amazing handmade things. Once we got to the line to take pictures it moved smoothly. For the most part everyone respects that there's a long line behind them. Also, everyone is so friendly. Complete strangers helping each other out by taking pictures of families or suggesting poses. It's a wonderful experience.

Thank stefferz16
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is one of the things you just kind of have to do if you're in the area it's nothing spectacular unless you want to get stuck staying overnight in the local town then make sure you plan accordingly. The local town is like 45 miles away. I think it's a little overpriced for what you get there are few vendors out there selling magnets souvenirs Etc and the park closes at 5

Thank Escape19070142944
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Yes it is a drive out in the desert with no services, but do it,see it and respect what it is. The entrance fee paid to the Navajo Nation is really insignificant, less than coffee from Starbucks, and keeps it open for others to see. The Navajo crafts people are amazing. Friendly and very knowledgeable about their products and creations of the best quality. Well worth the time.

Thank jayelbea426
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Here's the deal - I'm sure the people there know they are ripping you off at $5 per PERSON, but they also know it is the only place in the USA to touch 4 states at once. You can also only take 3 total pictures there with a line behind you so it's hard to get a great pic with only your family in it, but it's still a pic.

Thank FamilyIsEverything
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Only place where you can have your photo taken in and be in 4 states at one time you can have your hands and feet in 4 different states.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

East of Monument Valley, on the way to Durango, Colorado, lies Four Corners Monument, the only point in the United States shared by four states, the quadripoint in the southwestern United States where the states of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah meet. It also marks the boundary between two semi-autonomous Native American governments, the Navajo Nation and the Ute Tribe Reservation. Four Corners Monument, where visitors can simultaneously straddle the territory of four states and take wonderful photographs, is maintained as a tourist attraction by the Navajo Nation. Adults and children alike have pictures taken of themselves straddling the center point with either a leg or arm in each state. The monument consists of a granite disk embedded with a smaller bronze disk around the point, surrounded by smaller, appropriately located state seals and flags representing both the states and tribal nations of the area. Circling the point, starting from north, the disk reads with two words in each state: "Here meet in freedom under God four states." Around the monument, local Navajo and Ute artisans sell souvenirs and food. The monument is a popular tourist destination despite its remote and isolated location. As early as 1908, people traveled long distances to take pictures of family and friends at the monument. It is located on U.S Highway 160, about 40 miles southwest of Cortez, Colorado.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A neat place you can stand in four states at one time. Not much else here, Jewelry Stands and a few Food Stands. If you are in this area it is worth the stop, there is no where else you can stand in 4 states at one time.

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