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Utah Super Charger Locations

Cottonwood

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Feb 27, 2009
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On the other hand, if I squint hard as I look at the 2014 map on the Tesla Motors Supercharger Page, and I consider what would make the most sense, here is another possibility:

  1. St. George, UT - 123 miles from Las Vegas, NV
  2. Beaver, UT - 104 miles from St. George
  3. Richfield, UT - 63 miles from Beaver
  4. Green River, UT - 123 miles from Richfield
  5. Grand Junction, CO - 102 miles from Green River


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I agree that Beaver to Richfield is a little close on the I-15 to I-70 route, but if you look at something like this for the continuing north on I-15 route, then Beaver makes a lot of sense. This spacing is very nice for easy traveling! :cool:

  1. St. George, UT - 123 miles from Las Vegas, NV
  2. Beaver, UT - 104 miles from St. George
  3. Nephi, UT, 115 miles from Beaver
  4. Odgen, UT - 120 miles from Nephi
 

MikeL

some guy
Jan 24, 2013
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"Coming soon" on the TM map has changed (again). There's an added one, looks like Nephi ! Certainly no farther south than Scipio. Both are good connectors to Hwy 89 while being right on I-15.
Makes for an eventual total of 9 in Utah (was 8). So do we now think that one on the west end of I-70 is Richfield instead of Salina ? Salina would be better, that much closer to the San Rafael Swell & getting over to Green River. Anyway, getting around & across Utah will be eezzee breezy.
Still need to add at least one more SC going west on I-80 thru Nevada tho. Too sparse for comfort, I believe. I wrote to our beloved Tesla Super Charger Team about it. Go go Tesla !!!
 

emupilot

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May 23, 2013
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"Coming soon" on the TM map has changed (again). There's an added one, looks like Nephi ! Certainly no farther south than Scipio. Both are good connectors to Hwy 89 while being right on I-15.
Makes for an eventual total of 9 in Utah (was 8). So do we now think that one on the west end of I-70 is Richfield instead of Salina ? Salina would be better, that much closer to the San Rafael Swell & getting over to Green River. Anyway, getting around & across Utah will be eezzee breezy.
Still need to add at least one more SC going west on I-80 thru Nevada tho. Too sparse for comfort, I believe. I wrote to our beloved Tesla Super Charger Team about it. Go go Tesla !!!

Taking the red dots at face value, the latitude of the Richfield/Salina dot lines up with the bottom of the southward dip in I-70 between Salina and Green River, so that would put the supercharger in Richfield for what it's worth. I agree that Salina makes more sense to split the 162 mile stretch from Green River to Nephi.
 

Denarius

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Apr 27, 2013
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Utah
I drive through Beaver today and saw no signs of supercharger construction. It will be dark when I hit Nephi so I won't be able to scout there very well.
 

EatMoarToads

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Nov 3, 2014
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FYI- I am currently at the Moab Supercharger and there is only one stall open. The rest of the parking lot is currently roped off for parking lot repaving. It looks like it's almost done, so probably will be back to normal in a day or two.
 

dgpcolorado

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Apr 25, 2015
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ICEing has been a problem at Moab because of the limited parking at the motel where it is located:

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^ November 2016

However, the Tesla spaces have now been repainted and I would expect reduced ICEing issues:

moab-supercharger-station1903sf-4-30-17-jpg.225385
 

aaronhoffman

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Oct 25, 2015
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Grand Junction CO
Heads up: I believe 1a and 2 are still out of order in this location. I reported 1a as dead in early November, and found 2a also down when we came through after Thanksgiving. I tried to report it too but was put off by the 40+ minute hold time.
 
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PLUS EV

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Heads up: I believe 1a and 2 are still out of order in this location. I reported 1a as dead in early November, and found 2a also down when we came through after Thanksgiving. I tried to report it too but was put off by the 40+ minute hold time.
Which location?
 

Matsayz

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Jul 6, 2019
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Any status update(s) on the Blanding Supercharger? I'm heading through to Monticello in mid-September for a week and this looks to be one of the superchargers I'll be hitting while we bounce around (Model Y long range). I know Moab is up and running well from a couple months ago while there. Thanks!
 

dgpcolorado

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Any status update(s) on the Blanding Supercharger? I'm heading through to Monticello in mid-September for a week and this looks to be one of the superchargers I'll be hitting while we bounce around (Model Y long range). I know Moab is up and running well from a couple months ago while there. Thanks!
The most recent Plugshare report was on August 25th and the Blanding Supercharger Station seemed to be working fine. The post did note that the restrooms were closed due to Covid.
 
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dgpcolorado

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Thanks, I totally forgot to check Plugshare...
We should get in the habit of posting charging experiences on Plugshare, although when one visits hundreds of Supercharger Stations, as I have, it would get old. However, when a station has been reported to have issues, Gallup NM for example, posting of Supercharging experiences on Plugshare is very helpful. It also may help those who don't know about individual Supercharger threads on TMC, which I presume is the majority of Tesla owners. (If you drive an electric car and you don't know about Plugshare, well, you probably ought to stay close to home!)
 
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Matsayz

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We should get in the habit of posting charging experiences on Plugshare, although when one visits hundreds of Supercharger Stations, as I have, it would get old. However, when a station has been reported to have issues, Gallup NM for example, posting of Supercharging experiences on Plugshare is very helpful. It also may help those who don't know about individual Supercharger threads on TMC, which I presume is the majority of Tesla owners. (If you drive an electric car and you don't know about Plugshare, well, you probably ought to stay close to home!)

I have only ever charged outside of the Tesla network once. Just by happenstance that I’m able to always charge at home or the route is all Tesla. I do know about PlugShare and recommend it but totally forgot to check on the latest reviews. Like you said most Tesla chargers rarely need a review but I found the Blanding thread and it hadn’t been touched in years.
 

dgpcolorado

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I have only ever charged outside of the Tesla network once. Just by happenstance that I’m able to always charge at home or the route is all Tesla. I do know about PlugShare and recommend it but totally forgot to check on the latest reviews. Like you said most Tesla chargers rarely need a review but I found the Blanding thread and it hadn’t been touched in years.
I routinely opportunity charge my car at public charge stations and use RV parks, as well as state and national parks, to charge my car on road trips (I have added new locations to Plugshare). I also used Plugshare and the Chargepoint app to find charging when the Supercharger network was a lot less comprehensive than it is now.

Even today there are big holes in the Supercharger network that require Plugshare to help with road trips. Examples of "Supercharging deserts" include Monument Valley (Kayenta AZ), San Luis Valley/Great Sand Dunes National Park (Alamosa CO), eastern Oregon (Burns OR), southeastern New Mexico/Carlsbad National Park (Roswell NM, Carlsbad NM), northeastern Utah/northwestern Colorado/Dinosaur National Monument (Vernal UT, Craig CO), and many others.

For those of us who live, or travel, away from the Supercharger dense coasts.
 

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