This place is on my bucket list. The US Army opens the Trinity Site for visitors for only two days a year. The next day is October 3, at 8am - 2pm. The parking lot is a 1/8 mile walk to the actual ground zero. I wanted to throw out a possible meetup and Tesla caravan to the New Mexico site of the worlds first nuclear explosion. The site is 120 miles from the ABQ supercharger, meaning we would need to watch the speed on the way there, or stop at Socorro RV Park for a little top off. We might swing a deal with the park for the group. However Socorro hotels get completely booked on these days, so the RV park could fill also. The Trinity Site area is unimproved, with no electricity or gasoline there. For more info: http://www.wsmr.army.mil/PAO/Trinity/Pages/default.aspx Other considerations: Radioactivity levels are now only 10x the usual background rates. Picking up and taking home the fused rock trinitite is not recommended, and is in fact illegal. Being there for a few hours should not result in appreciable exposure to adults, but children and infants may want to stay away. Anyone interested in a 7am or 7:30am caravan from ABQ supercharger on October 3?