Special Report

The Middle of Nowhere in Every State

Source: Courtesy of Google Maps 2018

1. Alabama
> Middle of nowhere: Terminus of Carmichael Creek
> Time to nearest city: 2 hours, 48 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 32°06’15″N, 88°23’45″W

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2. Alaska
> Middle of nowhere: Amatignak Island, Aleutian Islands
> Time to nearest city: 84 hours, 37 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 51°13’15″N, 179°07’15″W

Source: John Moore / Getty Images

3. Arizona
> Middle of nowhere: Navajo Nation, near Utah border
> Time to nearest city: 11 hours, 32 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 36°59’15″N, 111°04’45″W

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4. Arkansas
> Middle of nowhere: Southeast corner of state
> Time to nearest city: 3 hours, 29 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 33°02’15″N, 91°08’45″W

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5. California
> Middle of nowhere: 1.5 miles northeast of Keynot Peak
> Time to nearest city: 10 hours, 42 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 36°43’45″N, 117°56’45″W

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