Unless you live in a sparsely populated region, try to avoid the military bases because there will be way too many refugees there. My home city is San Diego and although we have Camp Pendleton, Miramar MCAS, North Island NAS, and many other military facilities, I can guarantee they'd be filled with panicky people. Just try to stay out of cities in general. Even military installations that might be located in a small town could be within a short distance of major metropolitan areas. For example, Fort Hood is between Austin and Waco so it would be inundated with refugees from those two cities.
I have different zombie plans depending on how much notice I have.
Plan 1 (6 months' notice or more)
This would be if a zombie outbreak started outside of North America. I'd try to get myself a cabin somewhere in the Canadian Rockies and stock it with enough water, canned food, medicine, and gasoline to last for months. There would also be some packets of seeds so I could do some planting. I'd order two Short Magazine Lee-Enfield rifles, two Winchester shotguns, and two M1911 Colt pistols. Why two? Because one of them might break or I might find a partner. I'd spend months shipping ammo and other supplies up there and do my best to read up on wilderness survival, woodworking, and agriculture. Since North America probably wouldn't be in panic mode the shipping services would be working efficiently. At the first sign of an outbreak on this continent I'd go straight to my refuge.
And if the zombie outbreak is contained before it reaches my area, then at least I'll have one hell of a hunting lodge.
Plan 2 (several weeks' notice)
If an outbreak occurred in the United States I'm actually in a pretty good location. College Station is in the middle of nowhere; Houston and Austin are both more than a hundred miles away. That would give me enough time to get supplies and guns before panic sets in amongst the general population. The staircase outside is easy to dismantle so I can remain safe up on the second floor. I would also need to take precautions and be ready to move out. To do that I'd prepare like I would for a long backpacking trip and get ready to set out for Houston or Galveston. They're cities but I'd need a place where I might find a boat that could take me to Cuba.
Plan 3 (I wake up tomorrow with one of them pounding on my door)
First, assess the situation. If they're scattered then I'd just grab my hammer, fight off the immediate threat, and set to work taking down the staircase. After that I could start formulating more of a plan.
If there's a horde of them around here, then there would be nothing to do but throw clothes, contents of medicine cabinet, roll of toilet paper (important), water bottles, and non-perishable food in my duffel bag. Then I'd climb out my window and start walking towards the Gulf.