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Florida to New Orleans

Discussion in 'North America' started by marc_n, Mar 5, 2015.

  1. marc_n

    marc_n Member

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    It's 270 miles from the DeFuniak Springs FL Tesla Supercharger to New Orleans.

    We are looking for a reliable place off I-10 in Alabama or Mississippi to top off our charge.

    Any help would be welcome
     
  2. Cottonwood

    Cottonwood Roadster#433, Model S#S37

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  3. marc_n

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  4. purplewalt

    purplewalt Active Member

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    A couple of KOAs:
    Gulf Shores/Pensacola West in Lillian, AL
    (800) 562-3471

    Milton/Gulf Pines in Milton, FL
    (888) 562-4258

    Some other RV Parks on or just off I-10:
    I-10 Kampground @ Theodore, AL (near Mobile)
    (800) 272-1263

    Shady Acres Campground @ Mobile, AL
    (251) 478-0013

    Pensacola RV Park @ Pensacola, FL
    (850) 944-1734

    Rivers Edge RV Campground @ Holt, FL
    (850) 537-2267

    Indian Point RV Resort @ Gautier, MS
    (866) 497-1011

    Cajun RV Park, @ Biloxi, MS
    877-225-8699

    There are dozens more, these just were handy.
    All have 14-50 outlets.
     
  5. Ugliest1

    Ugliest1 S85: "Sparky"

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    #5 Ugliest1, Apr 19, 2015
    Last edited: Apr 19, 2015
    Mobile supercharger just opened Apr 16th

    EDIT: I noticed because I'm planning on taking the southern route from the west coast in 2016, and I'm dancing whenever a gap gets filled in. I'm like a fair-weather skier: a supercharger-only trip taker -- they're just too perfect for travelling to do it any other (slower) way. Plus I have to keep the wife happy :).
     

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