Best Regions in the U.S. to Escape to When Society Collapses

Rural Midwest: Low population density, abundant farmland, and access to freshwater.

Mountainous Areas: Natural barriers, isolation, and potential resources in regions like the Rockies and Appalachians.

Pacific Northwest: Mild climate, ample natural resources, and a culture of self-sufficiency.

Remote Islands: Isolated islands with potential for security and resources (e.g., Hawaiian or Alaskan islands).

Northern States: States like Alaska with vast wilderness and wildlife.

Texas Hill Country: Offers a mix of rural areas, arable land, and access to water sources.

Great Plains: Known for its vast prairies and agricultural potential, although extreme weather can be a challenge.

New England: With its historical emphasis on self-sufficiency, New England states may have resilient communities.