Incredible sights, breathtaking views, exciting adventures…
During your stay in the Four Corners region, be sure to check out the many wonderful attractions the area has to offer. Whether you enjoy hiking, relaxing in a natural hot spring, taking a ride on the train, or visiting ancient ruins, the Four Corners has something for everyone to enjoy.
Don’t forget to check out cotrip.org for road conditions, closures, a map of scenic byways and more!
The Sky Ute Casino Resort will also be offering a free shuttle from Durango throughout the weekend. Check out the casino website for more info.
Sky Ute Casino Resort
14324 US Hwy 172 N (just north of Ignacio)
Ignacio, CO 81137
Sky Ute Casino Resort provides the perfect place to have some fun this Labor Day weekend! Enjoy hundreds of slot machines, poker, blackjack, roulette, craps, and bingo! The Casino is open 24 hours a day, so there’s always time to play. Enjoy the 24-lane Rolling Thunder Lanes bowling center, 18-holes of miniature golf, an indoor pool complete with lazy river, a day spa/salon, and much more! Check the casino website for concert and event ticket information during Four Corners Motorcycle Rally at skyutecasino.com.
Trimble Spa & Natural Hot Springs
6475 CR 203 (north on US 550)
Durango, CO 81301
Durango’s ONLY public natural hot springs. Relax and rejuvenate in two mineral-rich pools, swim in our heated Olympic pool, and choose from 20 restorative massage and body treatments from 15 therapists. Stay overnight in the STARLIGHT ROOM with private pool access. For more info, visit trimblehotsprings.com.
Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad & Museum
479 Main Ave
The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad has been running for 128 years. The line was originally constructed to haul silver and gold ore from the San Juan Mountains. Today, the train carries passengers with a vintage steam locomotive to enjoy the incredible scenery between Durango and Silverton along the Animas River. Ride the special Iron Horse Biker Train, a special Four Corners Motorcycle Rally event. For more info, visit durangotrain.com.
Mesa Verde National Park
Mesa Verde, CO
Mesa Verde National Park, occupied by the ancestral Puebloans for 750 years, provides archeological sites of interest to all vistitors. Pit houses built in the 500s and cliff dwellings created in the 1200s are among the 4,000 known archeological sites in the park. For more info, visit nps.gov/meve.
Southern Ute Cultural Center and Museum
77 County Road 517
PO Box 737
Ignacio, CO 81137
970 563 9583
The Gallery tells the story of the Southern Ute Tribe from the earliest times to the present day. Arranged as a circulating, self-guided tour, visitors start at the Circle of Life Theater for an introductory 360 degree experience, journey past Rock Art and a full-size teepee, past glorious ceremonial dress, through a replica house and schoolroom, and out via a rodeo experience to an exhibit that shows how the Southern Ute live today. For more info, visit succm.org
Sitting at 9318 feet, Silverton is the perfect backdrop for your next adventure and home to the World’s Highest Harley® Store. Be sure to check out all the cool shops, bars, and restaurants while you are here. Your trip isn’t complete without a ride along the Million Dollar Highway, a 71-mile scenic stretch traverses multiple mountain passes and provides countless roadside vistas that showcase the splendor of the San Juan Mountains. For more info, visit silverton.co.us
Durango is the perfect place to stay for all your Four Corners Motorcycle Rally adventures. There are 200 shops, restaurants, galleries and bars in Downtown Durango alone. Check out the businesses on North Main Avenue as well for more dining and shopping. For more info, visit DowntownDurango.org or Durango.org