Campgrounds that have hookups typically have a lot of power available to recharge an EV. Do check with the campground before booking a stay as some campground are (still) reticent about letting EVs charge, while others will let EVs charge even if they aren't staying overnight (for a fee, of course).
Campground hookups are usually called 30A or 50A connections. To recharge fully (or mostly) you'll want to plug into one of these connections rather than a 120V regular household receptacle that they typically will also have. And to recharge using the higher power 30A or 50A receptacles (which are called TT-30 and NEMA 14-50 respectively), you'll need a mobile EVSE.
Here are typical recharge rates from the three receptacles you'll find at campgrounds:
|Receptacle||Volts/Amps||Typical Miles/Hr||Miles over 24 hours|
|20A Household receptacle||120V/20A||5||120|
|30A (TT-30 receptacle)||120V/30A||7||168|
|50A (NEMA 14-50 receptacle)||240V/50A||26||full|
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