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Nations

of the Four Corners

A Place For All 

OUR MISSION

At Nations of the Four Corners our mission is to preserve the unique history and heritage of the Four Corners region. 

The mesas and canyons, so mysterious and beautiful, were home to the ancient Anasazi Puebloan people, the Ute, Paiute, and Navajo Indians as well as the Mexicans and Pioneers. This land and its legacy is preserved for your enjoyment.

You are invited to learn about the rich heritage of historic cultures by walking the trails, visiting the villages, and exploring our site in Blanding, UT.

OUR STORY

The Nations of the Four Corners started as a dream of Cleal Bradford. With such a vibrant and interesting history, the Four Corners needed a place to explain all the different heritages that make it so special.

 

YOUR ADVENTURE

Come visit us and explore. Whether you live nearby, have been visiting for years, or are just looking for things to do in Blanding, UT. There is something fun for you to explore, learn, and see. 

We are preserving American heritage, with your help.

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GIVING ONLINE

Click here to donate online now.  All your donations are tax-exempt as we are a non-profit organization. Thank you for your desire to contribute! People like you keep Nations of the Four Corners operational.

GIVING BY CHECK

Want to donate via check? Write your check to Nations of the Four Corners and mail to:

San Juan Foundation
580 S 650 W
Blanding, UT 84511

Thank you for your desire to contribute!

DONATION INFO

Donations are used to maintain exhibits, trails, and home sites. Your contributions help keep this area maintained and free to the public.

There is a large area to maintain, all donations are greatly appreciated! There are also site stewardships available, call or email for details.

So Much to Offer

There are SIX home sitesmultiple trails to explore, several picnic area, a sandstone arch, an observation tower, and many other features.

Travel through time to learn more about the Four Corners area and it’s history.

Observation Tower

Follow Native tradition and get the lay of the land before you journey too far. Feel the calming spirit of the land and the voices that call to you from the breeze.

Home Sites

The mesas and canyons were home to the ancient Anasazi Puebloan people, the Ute, Paiute, and Navajo Indians as well as the Mexicans and Pioneers.

Picnic Areas

After a morning of hiking our trails and visiting the home site villages, make sure to stop and have lunch at one of our many picnic tables located conveniently throughout the trails.

Natural Arch and Bridge

Utah is known for their sandstone arches and natural bridges. The Nations of the Four Corners has both! Come explore the Prayer Arch and the Nations Natural Bridge.

Outdoor Amphitheater

Come join us for one of our many events we have throughout the year. From scholarly discussions to family friendly events, we truly have something for everyone.

Download A Map

We have a PDF map available to our visitors so you can prepare before you visit. To see all the features and get the full experience, please plan on a full day.

Supporting Heritage

We deeply appreciate all the support we have received to keep this organization alive. Between volunteers and the financial support, we feel honored to know the amazing people who help preserve the heritage of the Four Corners region. 
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Nations of the Four Corners 580 S 650 W Blanding, UT 84511

Call Us: (435) 678-4000

Email Us: nations@sjfutah.org

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“We, who are the residents of San Juan County, Utah are fortunate to live in this unique and beautiful part of the world. Cultures have merged as the best of each contributes to the others. Nations of the Four Corners offers a visual example of the first homes and cultural activities in this area. Enjoy a peaceful trail through time and the peace this place brings to each of us.”

- Cleal Bradford (Founder)

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