Most People Don’t Know These 10 Super Tiny Towns In Alaska Exist

A “super tiny town” in any other state would normally consist of a population less than 1,000, but this is Alaska and everything here is either bigger and better OR smaller and better…these tiny towns in Alaska all have less than 100 residents.

Personally, I love me a small town! Everyone literally knows everyone, making crime easy to fight, and if your dog runs off there is a 100% chance someone saw where it went. And there’s usually a great sense of community in these small places! So without further ado, I present to you 10 of the teeniest tiniest towns in Alaska according to the 2010 census!

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With populations this low, the odds aren’t very high, but we’ll ask anyway – do you live in any of these tiny towns in Alaska? Do you love living there? Have you visited any of these? Let us know in the comments below!

If you want to learn more about the small towns in Alaska, here are 10 Cool Towns In Alaska You Can Only Get To By Air or Sea.

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Tiny Towns In Alaska

November 11, 2020

Are there a lot of small towns in Alaska?

There is indeed! The state has many small towns and villages located all over its huge land area.

Why are there so many small towns in Alaska?

A couple of reasons. The entire state of Alaska only has a population of 731,545. Our state is the largest in all of America, coming in at over four times the size of Texas. And that small population is primarily centered in the large cities. So that finds many of the small towns and villages with a very low population. You’ll also find the small towns don’t have road access, and must fly or ship in supplies, which is very costly and inhibits growth in these little places.

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