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Oglebay Park HPWC's (fun roadtrip spot now)

Discussion in 'Mid-Atlantic' started by RomainiacWV, Aug 2, 2014.

  1. RomainiacWV

    RomainiacWV Member

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    For those in the Western PA or Ohio area, Oglebay Park, in Wheeling, WV have installed two Tesla HPWC for free use. Of course there is the nearby SC in Triadelphia but this allows you to keep the car at the hotel there if staying. For those other regional Tesla owners, this park would make a great roadtrip, 3 great golf courses, a zoo, large park and also very nice in the winter with the Festival of Lights and a small ski hill. Huge lodge there plus some nice cabins too. Wheeling, a Tesla friendly destination, who would have ever guessed :) Here is the plug share link. Oglebay Resort and Conference Center | Wheeling, WV | Electric Car Charging Station | PlugShare
     
  2. AMPUP

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    Awesome - inlaws live in Wheeling so was excited when Triadelphia was opened, but this is great, Oglebay is a wonderful place to visit. Now I just need a Morgantown supercharger so that I can use 68 rather than 70 to get there.
     
  3. rgensler

    rgensler Member

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    Another vote for Oglebay. It is a fantastic place to stay. It also has a fishing lake, lots of wooded hiking trails, huge outdoor pool and mini golf. It's only a few miles off the interstate but feels like it is way out. The restaurant is also a notch above most hotel restaurants. The hotel manager has a family member that works at Tesla. If you stay, make sure to let them know as they put out quite the investment to install these 3 chargers. ( two Tesla HPWC and a Level II Clipper Creek.)
     

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