This past weekend my family and Flasherz's family went down to the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri to attend the Magic Dragon Car show. The weather was a bit rainy and cold but in spite of that we had a great time showing our Model S's and talking about Tesla. Lot of interested people here in Missouri. The only real snag, other than the rain, occurred when we arrived at our resort. I had spent time finding a resort that had both cabins and RV spots. After extensive phone calls I had been assured that the resort had several 50amp sites. So we arrived at the resort around 9:30pm in a very steady drizzle. After checking in and unloading our cars we moved them to the nearest RV site. Flasherz plugged and and nothing. No green light nothing. So he checked the box, checked the breaker all seemed ok, but no power. So we began walking around with our respective charging cables and plugging them in to the various RV sites. After checking every outlet available, including unplugging a number of campers (luckily they were just there for storage), I finally found 1 that got us a green light. So we were not completely dead in the water, but we had 2 S's needing full charges and only one outlet. So, I called down to the office and they sent up maintenance. After walking around, checking all the boxes and breakers, he finally concluded that everything had power but all the other boxes had been wired with 120 instead of 240 service. So though the resort advertised 6 charging spots they only had 1 that would actually work for our needs. Long story short, and some interrupted sleep we were able to have both cars charged in time for our trip back. Whew! But I now need to call and confirm that all the RV sites I've reserved for my trip to Colorado have 240 service on their 50amp outlets. Fun, fun!. Happy road tripping.