The 5 Best Places to Live Off Grid in the US

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If you've always wanted to live off the grid, you know that you need to take some time to investigate and prepare. After all, it's a significant change, and there are lots of things you have to consider. You have to think about your water and power sources especially!

On top of that, not every place is ideal for life off the grid. This following tips after the break will suggest to you 5 of the best places to live off the grid plus more!

If you're really serious about unplugging and living life off the grid, then you'll have all the information you need right here.

Find out the five best states to live off the grid and how to set up your homestead life on the next page!

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7 Comments

  1. Mike Cochran said:

    Land is affordable in Montana MY$#%&[email protected]* Because of developers who buy land for more than three asking price (read: win bidding wars with people who just want somewhere to live) then subdivide it into little chunks with high prices nobody can afford to live here. I’ve seen little 1 acre plots with easements and HOAs for $45k around here. Back in the early 90s my uncle bought 60 acres for just under $80k.

  2. Eric Blanchard said:

    Is that in mountains though? Would think that happen more through prairies where home construction not as limited

  3. Mike Cochran said:

    In valleys mostly. Anything with few or no trees actually costs more because they can market it as “horse property.”

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