I found the trip reports that other folks had posted very useful when planning my trip, so I thought I would share our experience. We drove down from NJ to Williamsburg, VA on 6/7 and returned on 6/12. I was thrilled when we were packing the car up with how much space there was in it. We were able to bring some extra 'what if' sort of stuff, because of all the room in the trunk and frunk which came in quite handy. Traveling with two little kids takes a ton of stuff. We left on sunday morning, stopped at the Newark, DE charger to get a full charge with the hopes of making it to Glen Allen. Newark was hopping, nobody was waiting but we got the last spot. We were getting excellent mileage, about rated mileage. The nav did a great job routing us around some traffic, and suggested going on Rt 1 to get around the woodbridge area. At the same time we needed to make a pit stop, so I figured we'd just go over to the Woodbridge SC and top up. That was a mistake, it took forever to get from Rt1 to the charger, and there aren't any convenient bathrooms close to the charger. Getting back on 95 was easy though once we were done. Did a Max charge at Glen Allen, which is in a great spot, walked over to the pet store while it charged which my oldest enjoyed. From there we drove down to williamsburg, where we spent the first two nights at a Hampton inn, which had no charging available. I tried to drive slowly and not use the AC while we were going around town, as I was worried we wouldn't be able to make it back to Glen Allen. From there we went to the Great Wolf Lodge which I had read had an outlet available but hadn't confirmed. Finding where they would let us charge was a huge hassle, and took longer than it would have just to drive back to Glen Allen and charge. Eventually we got setup though and I thought everything was great. Course the next morning I get an alert that charging stopped, and a bit later got a call from maintenance that someone had tripped over it and broke it as I posted about over here. They were great about replacing it though, I just hope this hasn't soured them on letting other folks charge there in the future. I did talk to the GM though, and he seemed interested in setting up a dedicated charging spot. On the way back we stopped again at Glen Allen and got some ice cream, skipped Woodbridge, and stopped at Bethesda for dinner, which was near our hotel. Next day we went to the DC Zoo, visited some family, back to Newark for a potty break and top-off and back home. In the end I'm very hesitant to travel with the Tesla again, unless we will be staying with family or very close to a SC. Even if a hotel says they have charging, the possibility that it is being used or broken makes it way to stressful for me. Its a shame too because the ridiculous amount of space in the car makes it great for traveling with little kids.