Which towns in North Dakota are out in the boonies?

I recently asked my listeners and my readers online and on our social media pages, "which North Dakota town is the most out in the middle of nowhere?"

You know, the town in North Dakota where you are the most removed from basic amenities in life like a gas station, a hospital, a grocery store, a restaurant, a school, a Dollar General store, a car wash, a Subway, a Walmart, or God forbid, a Starbucks.

Why would anybody want to live out in the middle of nowhere? 

Out in the sticks?  Well, as somebody who grew up in one of North Dakota's biggest cities, I'm just guessing because people like it that way.

Let's face it, there are some advantages to living in the middle of nowhere.

If you like solitude (and many people do) this is your kind of life.  Plenty of fresh air to breathe in.  The hustle and bustle of the morning and afternoon commutes are non-existent.  Crime is basically a non-factor.  Not to mention your neighbors are not right on top of you.  They're probably a mile or two away, and sometimes that can be a good thing.

Well, I received nearly a thousand answers online and on air, and tabulating all these small towns was no small feat.  It took about an hour to put together this list, and we believe we have identified the most out in the middle-of-nowhere town in all of North Dakota.

What's ironic, is that this town actually is in the least populated county in the state as well.  You can literally drive for miles without seeing another living soul.  In fact, I'm pretty sure the pheasants outnumber humans.

So, without further ado.  These are the 15 Most Out In The Middle of Nowhere Towns:

North Dakota's 15 Most Out in the Middle of Nowhere Towns

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