Those of you who have experience with charging your Tesla within the National Park System can help me with this question. I am waiting for my MX but trying to plan ahead for some travel. The question is, since most, if not all, of our National Parks have RV camping hook-ups, and therefore access to high-voltage electrical terminals, is it possible to find charging within the NP system or is it only at the campsites?
A few years ago I took my 3 oldest grand-kids on a wonderful trip from the Flagstaff area to the Grand Canyon, on North to Lake Powell (Glenn Canyon area) stopped at Kanab at the Best Friends Animal Rescue Area, on to Zions and Bryce Canyon NP's. That same trip is presently impossible to do with my younger 3 grand-kids without being able to charge at the NP's. Certain areas like the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, Escanlante, Zion's NP and Bryce NP can't be accessed as far as I can tell. Zion's NP can be accessed by way of St. George, UT, SC but the North Rim of the Grand Canyon is out of the question without charging in the NP system. Do any of you have information on this?
I checked with the Marriott Courtyard in Page, AZ, and they have no charging facilities nor do they have any planned. Eastern Utah is covered pretty well with Tesla's SC locations but Western Utah, Northern AZ, and access to Yellowstone, the Tetons, and Glacier are practically inaccessible by EV, unless you can charge within the NP system.