Special Report

The Most Remote Place in Every State

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16. Kansas
> Middle of nowhere: 7 miles south of Elkader
> Time to nearest city: 5 hours, 3 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 38°44’45″N, 100°43’45″W

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17. Kentucky
> Middle of nowhere: 2 miles southwest of Route 1112
> Time to nearest city: 2 hours, 59 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 37°41’45″N, 82°27’15″W

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18. Louisiana
> Middle of nowhere: Avoca Island Cutoff
> Time to nearest city: 6 hours, 51 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 29°29’15″N, 91°04’15″W

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19. Maine
> Middle of nowhere: Shoreline of Munsungan Lake
> Time to nearest city: 6 hours, 56 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 46°22’15″N, 68°59’15″W

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20. Maryland
> Middle of nowhere: Shoreline of Smith Island
> Time to nearest city: 2 hours, 56 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 38°01’45″N, 76°00’45″W

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