The 20 Least Crowded Towns in the U.S.

Househappy —  August 26, 2013 — 4 Comments

Boulder City, Nevada: The least crowded town in the U.S.

Recent studies show that more people are living in cities than ever before. However, while many of us are settling for smaller and smaller apartments and competing for increasingly in-demand urban housing, some people still prefer to spread out. CNNMoney has recently compiled a list of the least densely populated towns in the U.S.––perfect for anyone who likes a lot of space.

The 20 least crowded towns with number of people per square mile:

  1. Boulder City, Nevada – 75
  2. Canyon Lake, Texas – 160
  3. Nantucket, Massachusetts – 248
  4. Sierra Vista, Arizona – 295
  5. Woodbury, New York – 306
  6. Amherst, New Hampshire – 330
  7. Colts Neck, New Jersey – 331
  8. Colchester, Connecticut – 332
  9. Readington, New Jersey – 340
  10. Hooksett, New Hampshire – 370
  11. Prunedale, California – 389
  12. Auburn, Maine – 397
  13. Summerfield, North Carolina – 398
  14. Scarborough, Maine – 400
  15. Camano Island, Washington – 402
  16. Hugo, Minnesota – 408
  17. Ipswich, Massachusetts – 414
  18. Portland, Connecticut – 416
  19. Prosper, Texas – 448
  20. Vail, Arizona – 461

This list can be found in its original form on CNNMoney



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4 responses to The 20 Least Crowded Towns in the U.S.


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