Once we got on Hwy 162, it became Hwy 41 in Colorado. Interestingly, there was a Native American Walk to the Four Corners to fight Diabetes that just started as we approached their starting point. We had to wait quite some time before we could proceed to our destination of Four Corners.
Four Corners was quite interesting because I wasn't aware it was on Navajo land. We had to pay a $5 entrance fee, but it was fun to say that we stood on four states or four places at once. There are a lot of good locations at Four Corners to park with any type of Class A or TT or 5th Wheel.
|Standing on 4 places at one!|
|Four Corners - Navajo Land|
|The only place in the US with 4 states that intersect.|
|Love my dream catcher!|
|Site #16, Sundance RV Park, Cortez, Colorado|
The park also has a kitchen, large shady grassy area and patio area. The park is also located right on the main drag, so it's easy to walk around town as well.
Prices & Discounts
Rates are $40 per night; $240 per week (get 1 night free) and a monthly rate of $600. They do also offer 10% off for AAA, AARP, Military and Good Sam members.
- Low Daily, Weekly & Monthly Rates
- Extra Long & Wide Sites
- Full Hook-Ups (50/30/20 Amps)
- Shaded & Grassy Sites
- Clean Restrooms & Showers
- On-Site Laundry
- Phone Hook-Ups
- Picnic Tables
- RV Parts & Accessories
- Free Cable TV (over 70 channels)
- Free Wi-Fi
- Several Discounts Available
- Listed in Trailer Life Travel Directories
- RV Service Available
- Pet Walk Area
- Vehicle Wash (fee)
- Close to Supermarket, Public Fitness Center, Swimming Pools, Library, Visitors Center