By Rent.com | AZ Big Media
Let’s just say it’s a lot easier to socially distance in some cities more than others.
This is a prime time to shine the spotlight the least crowded cities in the U.S.
These are places where crowds will never be an issue. Mostly because there’s a lot of land area for every person living there.
Finding the least crowded cities in the U.S.
We scoured our data to find the cities with the smallest population per square mile, narrowing it down to spots with at least 50,000 people that covered a minimum of 10 square miles. Our top 10 list of the least crowded cities includes places from coast to coast, with plenty of stops in between. There’s even a repeat offender on our list — go Arizona!If you’re ready to make a move and give yourself a little more legroom, any of these cities might be a perfect choice.
10. North Port, FL
- Residents per square mile: 710
- Total population: 70,724
With a resort-city vibe, North Port is another example of a laid-back town along the Gulf Coast. Close to Tampa and Sarasota, the city boasts great beaches and a leisurely pace. If sand isn’t your thing, you can check out the hiking trails and city parks.North Port is the only city in Florida with an entire state forest within its city limits. We’re talking about 8,000 acres.When it’s time to take a break, the city tempts you with its fresh seafood and local beer. Living here will keep you busy, but never make you feel like you’re rushing.Renting a one-bedroom apartment will cost you $1,577 per month, on average.