The Four Corners of Oregon are just like the Four Corners, except that it is the only place in the state where 4 counties meet at one point. It is located in the far northwestern corner of the state (the "bump" if you look at an outline of the state).

You can actually take a short hike on the 4 corners trail off of the Sunset Highway to get there. There is an interesting granite monument in the ground and various surveyor's markers from each of the county surveyors scattered about in the respective counties. It is fun to be in 4 counties at once!

To the Northwest: Clatsop County
To the Northeast: Columbia County
To the Southeast: Washington County
To the Southwest: Tillamook County

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