America is a country with many towns and cities, but many of them are highly populated, and many are least populated areas. The areas that encounter severe cold during winter are less populated. Our list includes very smallest towns in America which are beautiful, less populated cities where you can live in peace.
9. Breckenridge, CO (4540 Population)
The town of Breckenridge has part-time population mostly because people use this city just for vacation purpose and leave after spending some quality time.
8. Edgartown, MA (4067 Population)
Fishing and whaling communities populate Edgartown. Whaling captains came here in their early days and settled down here. Nowadays it is attractive to tourists because it is easily traversed by foot or on a bicycle.
7. Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA (3842 Population)
Carmel-by-the-sea or just Carmel is established on the base of art. The Early community who resided here were artists or had art majors. This town is dog-friendly.
6. Galena, IL (3429 Population)
Galena in Illinois is an important steamboat hub in Mississippi River north of St. Louis, Missouri. This city is well known for architecture and resorts.
5. Ketchum, ID (2706 Population)
The city of Ketchum is world famous for skiing, hiking, and art galleries.
4. Marfa, TX (1819 Population)
Marfa is a tourist destination that has major attractions including building 98, and a classic Texas town square.The desert town is also popular with its unsolved mysteries of Marfa lights.
3. Leavenworth, WA (1992 Population)
The entire town of Leavenworth was planned and modelled on a Bavarian village.
2. Ligonier, PA (1560 Population)
Ligonier is famous for its amusement park and nearby Seven Springs Mountain Resort.
1. Leiper’s Fork, TN (650 Population)
Leiper’s Fork located in Tennessee comes first in our list with less population about 650 on an area of 1100 acres. It’s an unincorporated village.