Four Corners Monument

Scenic road trips lead to the only place in the U.S. where four states intersect at one point.

At this one-of-a-kind landmark, visitors can stand in Arizona, Utah, Colorado and New Mexico at the same time. The site features a bronze disc embedded in an elevated monument flanked by flags of the four states as well as flags representing the area’s original tribal nations. The unique roadside attraction on the Colorado Plateau offers unique photo ops and honors the natural beauty of the area.

Collect Native American Art

In this corner of Arizona, artisans from the Navajo Nation and Hopi Tribe invite visitors to browse their traditional arts and crafts. At Four Corners Monument, the vendor market is as authentic as it gets with artisans on site to share their creations with visitors. Meet the makers who create silver and turquoise jewelry, collectible hand-woven rugs, ceremonial baskets and other traditional artforms on display.

Make Cultural Connections

Four Corners Monument is maintained as a visitor attraction by Navajo Nation Parks & Recreation. At the onsite visitor center, demonstrations and displays provide historical context for the native cultures in the region and inspire stewardship of the surrounding lands. In addition to artisans on site, food vendors at the visitor center serve traditional dishes such as frybread and Navajo tacos. While services are limited at and around this remote and pristine natural area, visitors are encouraged to arrive hungry to enjoy a picnic lunch surrounded by spectacular scenery.

Enjoy the Ride

Four Corners Monument is located on private lands managed by the Navajo Nation in Northern Arizona, the backdrop for some of the most scenic drives in the country. Visitors must be respectful of tribal regulations while visiting Four Corners Monument and other Navajo Tribal Parks in the area such as Monument Valley and Canyon de Chelly. On the trip up north, plan to spend time at Petrified Forest and the Painted Desert. Four Corners gateway communities such as Kayenta, Chinle and Ganado invite visitors to pull off the road and immerse themselves in one of the most visually stunning places on the planet.

For More Information

Four Corners Monument Office
PO Box 861
Teec Nos Pos, AZ 86514
(928) 206-2540

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