Where do I charge an electric car in Athens, Tennessee?

We’re driving from Chattanooga to Richmond, and we just stopped off in Athens to charge up our EV and get a snack. Where can I charge an electric car in Athens, Tennessee?

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Alex Reale · Answered on Sep 30, 2022
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Love a good road trip! With an electric vehicle, it’s extra important to keep an eye out for chargers—they’re still not as common as gas stations. Here’s where you can find the charge you need in (or close by to) Athens, Tennessee.
  • The** Etowah Depot Museum**, located at 727 Tennessee Ave, offers EV chargers. And while you wait you can learn about the history of a railroad town.
  • Hiwassee Acres, a resort located at 900 Co Rd 950, has a place to plug in and beautiful views to boot.
  • The Athens I-75 Campground and Park, located at 2509 Decatur Pike, will help you fuel up _and _give you the chance to enjoy even more outdoor beauty.
  • The Overniter RV Park, located at 316 TN-305, is a no-brainer: RVs always need power! Your EV is welcome too.
We found these chargers using PlugShare, and there are all kinds of sites and apps you can use to find chargers while you’re out and about. ChargePoint and EVGo are great options as well.
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