Now you can charge your electric car when you stay overnight at several West Virginia State Park lodges.
Cacapon Resort, located about 100 miles from Washington, DC, is one of three West Virginia State Parks to install EV charging stations for overnight guests. Pipestem and Twin Falls also have EV charging.
Cacapon has two 30-Amp, Level 2, J-1772 charging ports made by Schneider Electric that are located in the main parking area of the lodge.
West Virginia plans to install Level 2 charging stations at all of the State Parks’ lodges. The project is funded in part by a grant from the West Virginia Division of Energy. The West Virginia State Parks that plan to install EV charging stations in the future include Blackwater Falls, Chief Logan, Hawks Nest, North Bend, Stonewall Jackson and Tygart Lake.
There is no fee to use the stations and they are available to overnight guests and visitors with a plug-in electric vehicle.
Cacapon Resort State Park is open year-round and is located off U.S. Route 522 near Berkeley Springs, WV. Learn more at cacaponresort.com.
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