Well, Doug, sorry I didn't manage to verify the charger locations in Syracuse.
Even though I'm not getting an electric car right now, I went ahead and sprung for a NEMA 14-50 outdoor outlet on my house, so if you ever plan to stop by Ithaca, you know you have some place to charge (after tonight when the electricians finish working).
(I figured after investigation that doing the wiring for the outdoor outlet, where I'm absolutely sure where it will need to be no matter what electric car I get in the future, made sense; the most I'd have to replace is the socket.)
I believe that I read that CVPS (power company) has installed chargers in Middlebury and Montpelier.
I've just added the following to the summary at the start of the thread:
Watertown Hilton Garden Inn has a "30A or 40A" outlet at the right side door (reported by a friend, wasn't sure of plug type).
reviving an oldish thread because I'm planning on taking a road trip to finger lakes country NY. I am looking for the best place to charge around skaneateles/syracuse. I see some public 30A charging stations...i'll be lowish on battery so using one of those will take a good 7 hours or more to fully charge. any recommendations? I'm guessing maybe an RV park somewhere may be the best bet? Any good hiking around those parts? I guess I wouldn't mind hiking around for a few hours to get a full charge on a NEMA 14-50 in an RV park. Any help/recommendations appreciated! If anyone knows of a HPWC in these parts (i have dual chargers) that may be even better
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I think you've got the right idea looking for an RV park/campground, especially if you like hiking. I would call a few and ask if there is access to good hiking trails directly from the campground. Some are more EV friendly than others so make sure they will have a 50A outlet available on the days you're there.
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