Special Report

The Middle of Nowhere in Every State

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6. Colorado
> Middle of nowhere: Willow Creek, San Juan National Forest
> Time to nearest city: 9 hours, 56 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 37°31’45″N, 107°24’45″W

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7. Connecticut
> Middle of nowhere: Between McDuffee and Burton brooks
> Time to nearest city: 0 hours, 52 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 41°59’15″N, 73°28’45″W

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8. Delaware
> Middle of nowhere: Bennett Point, Assawoman Wildlife Area
> Time to nearest city: 1 hours, 56 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 38°28’45″N, 75°04’15″W

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9. Florida
> Middle of nowhere: East of Miccosukee Reservation, The Everglades
> Time to nearest city: 7 hours, 39 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 25°58’45″N, 80°42’15″W

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10. Georgia
> Middle of nowhere: Center of Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge
> Time to nearest city: 5 hours, 23 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 30°42’45″N, 82°17’45″W

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