A concrete slab marks the point where Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona meet. Five national parks and 18 national monuments are within a radius of 150 miles from this point, and it’s the only spot in the United States where you can put your finger on four states at once.
More than 2,000 people a day are said to stop at the marker in the summer season. Average stay? 7–10 minutes.
Native Americans, mostly Navajo, and perhaps some Ute and Pueblo, set up dozens of crafts and refreshment booths in summer. Navajo Parks and Recreation collects a $3 per person fee during the tourist season.