The AMC hit drama 'The Walking Dead' returns for season number seven on Sunday, October 23.

The show's return is always highly anticipated by it's many fans, but viewers are more anxious than ever for the first episode. A season six cliffhanger left many wondering which cast member the show was going to kill off.

Luckily, it would appear the zombie apocalypse will never happen. However, it's kind of fun to think about what you'd do in such circumstances.

Here's our 5 best places in the state to survive the zombies...

  • 1

    Hell's Half Acre

    The rugged terrain in this spot between Casper and Riverton could help your strategy with the walkers. Plus, if a film crew shows up to document your survival, it looks really cool.

  • 2

    Wyoming State Prison

    We learned from season 3 of 'The Walking Dead' that an old prison can make one of the best lodging options. A little reinforcing and this Rawlins area prison could be a great spot to stay. Unless The Governor's gang shows up, of course...

  • 3

    Terry Bison Ranch

    A fenced in massive area with great land. We learned from Hershel's farm that growing your own crops and raising your own animals can be a great strategy.

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  • 4

    Casper Mountain

    It doesn't seem like zombies can climb very well. And if they learn to adapt, you'd have the higher ground advantage to see them coming. Plus, the view is nice!

  • 5


    Yellowstone's surroundings could be very dangerous, especially if you're running from walkers. But, if you're smart and can set up a hot springs perimeter around your house, no more zombie worries!