- The only place in the U.S. where four states intersect
- Operated by the Navajo Nation
- Free admission
When To Visit: Year-round
Climate: Hot in summer, cool in spring and fall, cold with some snow in winter
Location: The junction of Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, & Arizona in the Navajo Nation
Four Corners Monument is the only place in the U.S. where four states intersect and a beautiful granite and brass area allows you to stand in four states – Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona – at the same time. It’s a fun bucket list destination and worth a stop if you’re in the area.
Photo: Four Corners Monument
Where To Stay & Eat in Four Corners
Come prepared! There are no food services at Four Corners – the closest restaurants are found in Shiprock, New Mexico (40 minutes away) or Bluff, Utah (1 hour away). The nearest lodging and campgrounds are in Bluff.
Nearby Side Trips from Four Corners
Zion National Park: Centered around incredible Zion Canyon 5 hours from Four Corners, this popular national park lies at the junction of three ecological regions, allowing for a unique array of animal and plant life. Read more.