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US States - Mean Elevation
Colorado, the "highest state", has the highest mean elevation of any state as well as the highest low point in the United States. Florida has the lowest high point, and Delaware has the lowest mean elevation. Florida is also the flattest state, with the smallest difference between its highest and lowest points.

US States - Mean Elevation
Mean Elevation
1Colorado6,800 ft. (2,073 m)
2Wyoming6,700 ft. (2,042 m)
3Utah6,100 ft. (1,859 m)
4New Mexico5,700 ft. (1,737 m)
5Nevada5,500 ft. (1,676 m)
6Idaho5,000 ft. (1,524 m)
7Arizona4,100 ft. (1,250 m)
8Montana3,400 ft. (1,036 m)
9Oregon3,300 ft. (1,006 m)
10Hawaii3,030 ft. (924 m)
11California2,900 ft. (884 m)
12Nebraska2,600 ft. (792 m)
2494 ft. (760 m)
13South Dakota2,200 ft. (671 m)
14Kansas2,000 ft. (610 m)
15North Dakota1,900 ft. (579 m)
16Alaska1,900 ft. (579 m)
17Washington1,700 ft. (518 m)
18Texas1,700 ft. (518 m)
19West Virginia1,500 ft. (457 m)
20Oklahoma1,300 ft. (396 m)
21Minnesota1,200 ft. (366 m)
22Pennsylvania1,100 ft. (335 m)
23Iowa1,100 ft. (335 m)
24Wisconsin1,050 ft. (320 m)
25Vermont1,000 ft. (305 m)
26New York1,000 ft. (305 m)
27New Hampshire1,000 ft. (305 m)
28Virginia950 ft. (290 m)
29Tennessee900 ft. (274 m)
30Michigan900 ft. (274 m)
31Ohio850 ft. (259 m)
32Missouri800 ft. (244 m)
33Kentucky750 ft. (229 m)
34North Carolina700 ft. (213 m)
35Indiana700 ft. (213 m)
36Arkansas650 ft. (198 m)
37Maine600 ft. (183 m)
38Illinois600 ft. (183 m)
39Georgia600 ft. (183 m)
40Massachusetts500 ft. (152 m)
41Connecticut500 ft. (152 m)
42Alabama500 ft. (152 m)
43South Carolina350 ft. (107 m)
44Rhode Island350 ft. (107 m)
45Maryland350 ft. (107 m)
46Mississippi300 ft. (91 m)
47New Jersey250 ft. (76 m)
48Louisiana100 ft. (30 m)
49Florida100 ft. (30 m)
50Delaware60 ft. (18 m)