As one of the most rural states in the nation, West Virginia is full of quiet, peaceful, beautiful spots to live off-grid. Not waaaay off-grid, like generate your own electricity and grow your own food (although West Virginia’s a pretty good spot for that kind of living as well), but off-grid like in a little town off the beaten path, far from the big city, big traffic, big noise, big box stores, etc. The opportunities for that kind of off-grid are endless here in the Mountain State. But, according to the West Virginia Tourism website, one of the best spots for such a quiet, simple life is in Lost River, West Virginia.

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What other spots in West Virginia would you nominate as excellent for off-grid living? West Virginia Tourism also suggests Green Bank and Bramwell, among others.

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