Four Corners Joe and Kait

We visited Four Corners Monument on our way from Mesa Verde to the Grand Canyon South Rim. This is the only quadripoint in the United States where four states come together and visitors can be in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah at the same time. There were no signs before the turn and we actually missed it. Instead of turning around, we decided to get to our RV camping spot, drop off the motorhome and return in the tow car. This worked out well because although the area has RV parking, the road was pretty rough and we were glad to be in the Jeep.

Four Corners Monument and RV Camping - Teec Nos Pos Trading Post Harvest Hosts

The entrance fee was $5 per person and the annual national park pass is not accepted. The dirt parking lot was large with plenty of spots outside the monument along with a few non-flushing toilets. When we arrived, there was a short line of people waiting to take a photo. Everyone had their own pose and it was fun to watch and to get ideas. There were stalls surrounding the monument where Native Americans were selling goods, but most of the stalls were empty during our visit.

Four Corners National Monument

Afterwards we headed back to Teec Nos Pos Trading Post, where Harvest Hosts members can spend a night in the gravel area of their large lot. The trading post is less than 7 miles from Four Corners and had a decent selection of produce, packaged goods and beautiful Native American rugs. There is also a gas station that closes at night.

Teec Nos Pos Trading Post

We met a wonderful couple from Minnesota in a pop-up truck camper and they were the first RVers we hosted in the motorhome. It was an enjoyable night of fun conversations over scotch and we look forward to seeing them again down the road. At night, the area was dark and quiet, with some road noise. Our only neighbors were the sheep and the only problem was lack of AT&T service in the area.

Teec Nos Pos Trading Post sheep