The Navaho Nation operates a number of parks including Four Corners Monument Navaho Tribal Park.
This park sits where Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico meet. They call this a quadripoint and it’s the only place in the US where four states meet like this. It also marks the boundary between the Navaho Nation and the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe.
This is part tourist trap but it’s also a special place. There’s a granite medallion that marks the exact quadripoint and people line up to have their photos taken here.
On site, you’ll also find Ute and Navajo people selling food, T-shirts and handmade items including some gorgeous jewelry.
I liked it because, for once in my life, I was finally able to be in four places at one time!
This kid had a great approach.
There is an $8 per person admission fee and you are still required to wear a mask in public places on the Navaho Nation Reservation. Get current hours, admission and advisories at their website.