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Iraqvet05

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Posted: 12/03/19 09:49am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Looks like it's just $3 a person now. I assume this is on Navajo reservation. https://www.newmexico.org/listing/four-corners-monument/1786/


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Its on Dine' land so the nation can decide to charge or not. I visited, found it interesting but wouldn't need to return unless I was taking a child. The craft booths are interesting.


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As a kid it was impressive and great for show and tell back at school.

As an adult, not sure how impressive it would be...

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It's a ten minute stop. Restroom break included

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Posted: 12/03/19 03:38pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

ependydad wrote:

We enjoyed it. Everyone is right, there's a small fee to get in and there's not a whole lot in the surrounding area.

I wouldn't make a trip just to see it, but I would deviate from a route to go.

It's unique- where else can you be in 4 states at once? (Ignoring the fact that the marker may be slightly off position, the idea is there.)

We went and will likely stop again if we pass near by.

This pretty much sums up our experience as well. As long as you’re not going too far out of your way, why not?

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Well, since we're essentially driving right past it on the way to Monument Valley from Farmington, I guess we're going to include it in our day plan. Weather permitting, it sounds like it will be a unique place for a stop and some pictures. Thanks for all your inputs.


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Posted: 12/04/19 07:18am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

There is much to see and do in the Four Corners area but nothing worth seeing or doing at the Four Corners "monument". It is a rip off joke. We've probably spent at least 12 months of time in the Four Corners area hiking, four wheeling, going to museums, national parks, Monument Valley, etc. But we only visited Four Corners once.


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We picked up some beautiful native-made pottery while there and had a unique sandwich whose name I have forgotten; something like a pizza burger but better. But that was years ago.


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I still have the beautiful native vase I bought my wife the last time we were there.


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The Four Corners "area" is our favorite area in the US to visit. That said, the actual "4-corners", like others stated, is not much.

However, I don't consider it a ripoff. The Navajo people there are always courteous and friendly, and they are just trying to get a little income. Considering what we spend on an RV, I don;t think a $3 donation is an imposition.

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