Special Report

The Most Remote Place in Every State

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11. Hawaii
> Middle of nowhere: Laysan Island
> Time to nearest city: 80 hours, 50 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 25°45’15″N, 171°43’45″W

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12. Idaho
> Middle of nowhere: Near Cottonwood Butte, Payette National Forest
> Time to nearest city: 16 hours, 11 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 45°18’15″N, 114°49’15″W

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13. Illinois
> Middle of nowhere: North of Mound City, on the Ohio River
> Time to nearest city: 2 hours, 45 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 37°06’20.0″N 89°07’57.3″W

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14. Indiana
> Middle of nowhere: Patoka Lake, Hoosier National Forest
> Time to nearest city: 1 hours, 39 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 38°25’45″N, 86°40’15″W

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15. Iowa
> Middle of nowhere: 3 miles west of Titonka
> Time to nearest city: 2 hours, 43 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 43°13’15″N, 94°05’45″W

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