What is Four Corners?
The Four Corners area is named for the only location in the United States where four states meet, consisting of the southwestern corner of Colorado, the northwestern corner of New Mexico, the northeastern corner of Arizona, and the southeastern corner of Utah. Most of the Four Corners region is part of the semi-autonomous First Nations aboriginal peoples, which consist of the Ute, Navajo, Hopi, and Zuni tribes. The Four Corners Monument is located off US Highway 160, six miles from Teec Nos Pos, AZ.
Things to do at Four Corners Monument
Four Corners Monument is administered by the Navajo Nation. During your visit be sure to explore the vendor market where you can purchase native artwork directly from the Native American artisan. Shop for handmade jewelry and crafts and then enjoy delicious traditional foods.
Four Corners Monument Hours of Operation
Four Corners Monument is open year-round with the exception of all major holidays in accordance with the Navajo Nation. Please visit the Navajo Nation Parks and Recreation website for the latest hours and information.
How far is Four Corners from Ute Mountain Casino Hotel?
The Four Corners Monument is only 30 minutes (28 miles) from Ute Mountain Casino Hotel. Four Corners is located in a rural area with limited services and no accommodations which make Ute Mountain Casino Hotel the perfect place to stay while you visit the region.