Best prepper Web sites

Ten Preppers to Watch
Top prepping, homesteading and survival experts to watch

We can all learn from each other in the prepping community.
While many preppers chose to go under the radar, others are
more vocal about their prepping activities. We've come to admire
and appreciate them all.

Below is a list of the most insightful preppers -- a top ten list of
public preppers, homesteaders and survivalists to watch... These
people have put their reputations and their lives on the line* to
help you become better prepared.

    * Remember, the first rule about prep club: don't talk
    about prep club! When the poop hits the propeller, the
    sheeple will know that you have valuable supplies and food.

Ten Preppers to Watch
Preppers belong to a large community of like-minded people. Here
are some great preppers to watch and follow:

Five women preppers to watch:
  1. Lisa Bedford, owner of and author of a
    book by the same name, is a soft spoken and tenacious
    homeschooling mom, who offers personal insight into
    suburban prepping.
  2. Bernie Carr, owner of, is also an
    author of several books including The Prepper's Pocket Guide,
    The Penny Pinching Prepper, and even a children's book, Jake
    and Miller's Big Adventure A Prepper's Book for Kids. Bernie
    once had a public persona, but has since removed her name
    from her Web site. She lives frugally and shares tips for
    small space prepping on a budget.
  3. Katey Kautz, owner of, is an essential oil
    loving and homeschooling mama. She adds just a hint of
    Christian living to the mix of living frugally and staying
  4. Gaye Levy, owner of, is a perky and
    prolific prepper who lives on island in Washington State,
    works and as she says herself, works "the wee hours of the
    night" to write for her online friends. We appreciate it!
  5. Tess Pennington, owner of, offers
    valuable information garnered from her stint at the Red
    Cross. Is she also Chef Tess Pennington? Could be!

Five men preppers to watch:
  1. Joe Alton, M.D., owner of, a.k.a. Dr.
    Bones, provides a wealth of medical knowledge that's
    sometimes controversial with non-preppers. Take his stance
    on fish antibiotics, for example.
  2. Jim Cobb, owner of, is the author of
    several Prepper Books, including his lastest and greatest,
    Prepper's Armed Defense. His prepping and survival books do
    well, but unfortunately, his Web site rates just 529,554
    according to Alexa's ranking system (Sept. 8, 2016).
  3. Scott Kelley, owner of, wants you to
    forget his name. He's been AWOL on his survival site
    working on another Web site. Because he's a contributing
    writer for, we can confirm his identity (or at
    least the identity he once had publicly on his web site and
    on social media). He's since gleaned his name from his site.
    Hey, we've been saying it all along that the first rule of prep
    club is not talk about prep club.
  4. Robert Richardson, owner of, is also the
    author of The Ultimate Situational Survival Guide. Not only is
    his Web site chalk-full of information, but he's been
    recognized on CNN and ABC news for his expertise..
  5. MD. Creekmore, owner of, is the
    author of several prepper books, including his newest, The
    Prepper's Guide to Surviving the End of the World, as We
    Know It: Gear, Skills, and Related Know-How, pictured right.

Preparedness can take many forms, and each prepper, survivalist
or homesteading Web site has a worthy viewpoint for
consideration.  We can all learn from one another!

Top Twenty Prepping Web sites
Looking for insights on the best prepper websites? With hundreds
of really good prepping Web sites, it's hard to know which are the
ones to spend your time. It used to be that you could rank a top
prepping Web site with Google Pagerank, but they've decided to
hide their ranking data from the public.

As preppers, we grow as a community by sharing our expertise
and ideas, which is why we assembled this list of more than one
hundred top ranking prepper Web sites in the United States. A
few Web sites from Canada are on here because they have gained
interest from American preppers.

Top Prepper Web sites
Below are the most popular prepper-specific Web sites, based on
page Alexa rank (captured Oct. 22, 2016):


  • | Among the top 20 sites, ranks 19,183 in the United States.

  • | Ranks 267,153 in the United States. is not the typical prepper's informational
    Web site. It's main goal is a reasonably self-contained, self-
    supporting and self-sustaining retreat community, to be
    located in northern Idaho/Montana.
  • | Ranks 21,812 in the United
    States. This is a homesteading and self-reliant lifestyle site.


  • | Ranks 104,281 in the United States.
    The authors of this site have written several important
    prepper medicine handbooks. Also, be sure to check out their
    many youtube videos.


  •  Ranks 355,527 in the United States.
    This is a Web site run by Todd Sepulveda who also runs
    similar content sites, and

  • | Ranks 224,461 in the United
    States.  This site by Joan Crain on food storage, survival
    gear, and building survival skills also includes a section on
    financial survival!
  • Ranks 206,394 in the United
    States. The Web site author, Angela Paskett has the thumbs
    up from several respectable preppers including survival
    expert and author Creek Stewart; Tess Pennington, founder
    of Ready Nutrition; and Julie Sczerbinski (Web author of
  • | Ranks 100,176 in the United
  • |Ranks 129,1631 in the United
    States. Linda Loosli is a young grandmother of 17! With such
    a large family, she has expertise in food storage and aims to
    help you in self sufficiency. She has loads of recipe ideas.
  • | Ranks 60,085 in the United States

  • | Ranks 75,022 in the United States.
    Graywolf has been AWOL working on another site. You can
    still get good emergency preparedness from  this combat




  • | Ranks 22,834 in the United
  • | Ranks 17,878 in the United
    States. Not to be confused with,
    Web author John Rourke focuses on survival, self-reliance
    preparedness and firearms.
  • | Ranks 153,232 in the United States.
    beautifully designed site by Web author and owner, Erica
    Mueller, is a DoTerra essential oils representative. She's
    gathered a team of mom authors to write on self-sufficiency.
  • | Ranks 97,631 in the United States.
  • | Ranks 131,175 in the United
    States and has some popular articles on aquaponics. This
    site has a large following from Romania, and most of its
    readers are women.


  • | Ranks 36,455 in the United States. has more than 347,040 Facebook likes,
    making it a noteworthy entity.
  • | Ranks 12,440 in the United States. has more than 147,305 likes! It's packed
    with information in a newsy format of reports and articles on
    grid threats, extreme survival, survival gardening, off-grid
    foods, survival hunting and more.

  • | Ranks 527,133 in the United
    States. The famous Doomsday Preppers rating guys, receive traffic rankings from
    of just 220,675 in the United States, and with even lower
    rankings world wide with the global page rank of 963,574.
    What a shame, because these guys have great information
    on their site ad have excellent videos. It must be because
    preppers didn't like their rating on the show.
  • | Ranks 21,964 in the United
  • | Ranks 429,4568 in the United
    States. This site on general preparedness ranks low in social
    media, but has a high following among college and graduate
    school readers who are Christian, making it a valid Web site
    for a niche of preppers.
  •| Ranks 92,770 in the U.S.,
    according to thanks to its quality food storage and
    preparedness tips. The Web site author is a Texas mom who
    writes primarily about food storage, but also has a penchant
    for rocket stoves. Her tutorial for rocket stoves is
  • | Ranks 141,584in the United
    States The owner of, Howard
    Godfrey, is an author. His book, pictured right, Emergency
    Preparedness and More A Manual on Food Storage and
    Survival is likely why his Web site does so well; however, his
    book is not among the most popular prepping books.
  • | Ranks 85,876 in the United
  •  |Ranks 145,184 in the United
    States. This site showcases expertise is on food storage,
    and covers the gamut of spiritual to financial preparedness
    and everything in between. Written by Kellene Bishop, a
    featured Doomsday Prepper on food storage and
    preparedness, it includes many recipes and canning
  • | Ranks 312,512 in the United States. It's
    surprising that this survival blog has such a strong Google
    ranking, when according to the bounce rate is
    rather high at 84.50% and readers spend little time on the
    site, just 1:23. Again, they are well loved by Google. Read
    their popular article 7 ways to get serious about prepping.
  •  | Ranks 48,258. This site has more than
    112,011 likes by the prepping community.
  • | Ranks 393,241 in the United
  • | Ranks 70,894 in the United States
  • | Ranks 126,096 in the United States.
  • | Ranks 132,608 in the United States.
  • | Ranks 389,334 in the United States.
  •| Ranks 263,589 in the United
  • | Ranks 221,188.  This new site by
    Daisy Luther (a.k.a. and Lisa Bedford
  •  | Ranks 40,851 in the United States.
    This is a Web site by Todd Sepulveda who also runs and He is also
    a pastor.
  • | Ranks 490,579 in the United
  • | Ranks 370,719 in the United
    State.s Developed in 2009, the authors of this site, John and
    Jennifer, have 11 children! They are living the self-sufficient
    lifestyle without any debt, according to their site and write
    about food storage, canning and more.. Check out the picture
    of the top of the mountain behind their home, because they
    really do live in a little piece of paradise.




  • | Ranks 71,813 in the U.S. It's owner,
    George Ure, co-wrote 11 steps to Living a Strategic Life, a
    Guide to Survival During Uncertain Times, pictured right.
  • | Ranks 26,327 in the United States.


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Here’s how you can benefit by reviewing our list of popular sites:

  • Maybe you already own a prepper Web site and want
    check competitors… Reviewing competing Web sites is a
    good way to improve your site to learn and grow your current
    base of readers. You may get an idea for a new prepper
    article. Also, if your Web site is featured, know that
    reciprocal links can improve your performance rankings. If
    you have a Web site, check yours in comparison to the
    others and let us know who we're missing on the list of top
    prepper and survival Web sites.

  • Perhaps you’re new to prepping and have insatiable
    appetite for more information… If so, then this is the list
    for you to get started prepping.

  • Conceivably you’re an advanced prepper, concerned
    about where things are headed... If so, you may want to
    share this list with your Facebook friends – or use the list to
    add more Facebook friends!

  • Possibly you’re thinking of starting your own prepping
    Web site… If so, then you can check to see what kind of
    Web site are already out there. Perhaps checking the list will
    help you find a good name for your site.

If anything, this list helps
prove preppers not all crazy! There are
too many prepper Web sites listed with readership and strong
Google rankings for skeptics to dismiss. The tides of change are

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