Four Corners Monument Navajo Tribal Park

Description

Established to denote the intersection of four states, the Four Corners Monument Navajo Tribal Park has cemented itself as one of the Midwest's most well known landmarks and tourist attractions. Formerly a small plaque embedded in the cement, the monument is now much larger, constructed in marble and brass. The attraction draws thousands of visitors a year. With small cafes and limited accommodations, the park is the perfect escape for those who truly want to get away.

Address

Hwy 264 Building 36A
Window Rock, NM 86515

Lat/Long

36.99894500, -109.04516500
Visit Website
(928) 871-6647

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