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Stopped by for some quick pictures while passing through. The monument is very cool and a “must see” for anyone visiting the area. It is really cool to see where you are in comparison to the other corners of the US and it made me...More
Visited the Madawaska Four Corners Park for the Experience Tour Party. Celebrating all the riders that completed the Maine Experience Tour.
Four Corners Park is one of the official SCMA Four Corners Tour stops. It is a park dedicated to long distance riders.
We stopped by the park and found it very well maintained. We are not motorcyclists but can appreciate the difficulty of completing the four corners challenge, stopping at the northeastern-most city in the contiguous states, the southeastern-most, etc. in 21 days. There’s a small gift...More
This is a great park. I have been to all corners and this stop is a special treat as the whole town has rallied around to support this park. Great personalized pavers. I was here 3 years ago. It was great to see the support...More
There is a ride for motorcyclists that runs cross country and touches four corners of the US, Madawaska being the northernmost corner. The other corners are Key West FL, San Ysidro CA and Blaine WA.This little park has inscribed markers of the folks who completed...More
Four Corners Park is made especially for motorcyclists (Though all can enjoy the park) - is apart of a challenge to visital four corners of the United States in 21 days. This is located in the Northernmost town in New England.
This place was recommended by the hotel we were staying. So many people have supported this building and maintain this place. It was really amazing to see how many bikers have taken the challenge to bike to all four corners of the United States. You...More
Response from ultimatetravelfan | Reviewed this property |
It is a little park so it is always open and there is no fee. There was a little shop near the Parking area but I am not sure of the hours. There is a path that goes around the monument for motorcycles.