The Grand Canyon National Park


It is believed that the classic all-American road trip isn’t complete without a stop at the Grand Canyon! Now, EV owners don’t have to miss out on one of the natural wonders of the world. Park visitors can now charge their EVs at six stations located around the park. There are charging stations on the North Rim, South Rim, and in the gateway town of Tusayan.

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  • Grand Canyon Village: Maswik Lodge, Grand Canyon Auto Services, Yavapai Lodge: J-1772, and Tesla. NEMA 14-50 outlets are also available at El Tovar Hotel and Trailer Village RV Park [while you wait: Hop on one of the park’s free shuttles to explore all the best of the South Rim]
  • Tusayan Grand Hotel, 149 S State Route 64, Grand Canyon Village and Grand Canyon Visitor Center, 450 AZ-64, – J-1772 and Tesla Supercharger [while you wait: Head to the Grand Canyon Visitor Center and IMAX where you can watch the film Grand Canyon]
  • North Rim – North Rim Country Store, Mile Post 605 on Highway 67 Charger Types: NEMA 14-50 outlet [while you wait: set up your tent at the Demotte Campground to enjoy the beautiful forests surrounding this side of the Grand Canyon.]
  • Chargers are also available in the towns of Williams and Flagstaff to the south, Tuba City to the east, and Page and Kanab to the north.
  • The Courtyard Marriott in Flagstaff houses 12 Tesla Superchargers, which can charge a Tesla up to 80% capacity in about 30 minutes.
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