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The Nations of the Four Corners was founded by a Blanding local, Cleal Bradford. He wanted to provide people with a place that explains and preserves the diverse heritage and history of the region.
His vision was brought to life in 1989. There are over 60 acres to explore and learn about the many people who lived in this area.
Today, Nations is lead by Cleal Bradford’s daughter, Lisa Carr. She puts her heart and soul into preserving and maintaining the trails and home sites.
580 S 650 W
Blanding, UT 84511
What We Do
We work hard to preserve the unique heritage of the Four Corners region. There are six home sites on our trails which give visitors the opportunity to see how and where these people lived.
There are so many different features to explore in the over five miles of well-maintained trails. Climb the observation tower or pack a picnic lunch to enjoy this location. Come visit during the spring to see the many colorful flowers that bloom and the animals that call this area home.
Come join us for one of our events we have throughout the year. From scholarly discussions to family friendly events, we truly have something for everyone.
We are preserving American heritage, with your help.
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!
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.
Through government grants and donations from our amazing visitors, we have been able to build a beautiful place that preserves the heritage of our area.
Miles of Trails
We currently have over five miles of well-maintained trails that allow visitors to experience the beauty of this area, and why so many have called it home throughout its history.
Without our contributors, we would not be the organization we are today. Thank you for your time and financial contributions!
We have home sites for the ancient Anasazi Puebloan, Ute, Paiute, and Navajo Indians as well as the Mexicans and Pioneers.
Arch and Bridge
We have a natural sandstone arch AND a natural sandstone bridge on our property. Visit us to see these natural phenomenons up close.
Our volunteers are the life-blood of our organizations. If you would like to participate as a volunteer, please contact us today.
Download A Map
We have a free 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 of exploring.
Get in Touch. Get Involved.
Nations of the Four Corners 580 S 650 W Blanding, UT 84511
Call Us: (435) 678-4000
Email Us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Partners & Sponsors
- San Juan Chamber of Commerce
- San Juan County Tourism Board
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