Special Report

The Most Remote Place in Every State

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36. Oklahoma
> Middle of nowhere: South of Kansas-Oklahoma border, by Cimarron River
> Time to nearest city: 3 hours, 47 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 36°59’15″N, 99°51’15″W

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37. Oregon
> Middle of nowhere: About 4 miles east of Big Craggies, Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest
> Time to nearest city: 8 hours, 51 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 42°21’45″N, 123°58’45″W

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38. Pennsylvania
> Middle of nowhere: About 1 mile south of Hailstone Hollow, Hammersley Wild Area
> Time to nearest city: 2 hours, 47 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 41°31’45″N, 77°52’15″W

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39. Rhode Island
> Middle of nowhere: Schooner Point, Block Island
> Time to nearest city: 1 hours, 35 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 41°09’15″N, 71°36’45″W

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40. South Carolina
> Middle of nowhere: Cane Island, Santee Coastal Reserve
> Time to nearest city: 2 hours, 47 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 33°09’45″N, 79°15’45″W

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