Nevada has a surplus of towns with fewer than 1,000 residents, including Baker, Panaca, Dyer, Indian Springs and Goodridge, according to City-Data.com. While Nevada is the seventh largest state in the United States in terms of area, it is just 35th in terms of population as of 2015.
The population of Baker, not far from Utah's western border, is a mere 385 people. Meanwhile, Panaca, which is located south of Baker, has a population of 985. Dyer, which lies just miles away from the California state line in the southwest portion of the state, has a population of just 259 people.