Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in North Georgia

Enjoy a trip to the Georgia Mountains in your Tesla or other electric car and enjoy the convenience of North Georgia EV charging stations at restaurants, bed & breakfasts, vineyards, and other attractions.

EV Charger Sign in Clayton GA

EV Charger Sign in Clayton GA

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in North Georgia


Map of EV Charging Stations in North GA

This map of North Georgia EV chargers can help you find great places to enjoy your time in North Georgia while charging your electric car.

Use the interactive map features to display scenic routes that are worth a detour while you’re in the area!


List of EV Charging Stations in North GA

Feel confident traveling to North Georgia in your electric vehicle with these convenient EV charging stations!


Electric Vehicle Chargers in Blue Ridge GA

The North Georgia town of Blue Ridge has half a dozen vacation rental cabins with EV chargers, plus a couple of public EV charging locations!

  •  Blue Ridge Inn Bed and Breakfast
    • Phone: +1 (706) 661-7575
    • Address: 477 West First Street, Blue Ridge, GA
    • Tesla charging station is located in the back parking lot under the covered carport
      • Guests: permitted to use the charger with an overnight stay (indicate EV ownership when reserving, then alert innkeeper at arrival)
      • Non-guests: call and make arrangements ahead of time (charging is free but a small gratuity is requested to help cover the cost of electricity)
      • 1 Tesla Connector, up to 16kW (per tesla.com)
    • EV info at: BlueRidgeInnBandB.com/tesla
  • Serenberry Vineyard
    • Phone: +1 (706) 623-8463
    • Address: 450 Tipton Trail, Morganton, GA
    • EV charging is available during business hours


Electric Vehicle Chargers in Clarkesville GA

Take your electric vehicle for a memorable drive on scenic Highway 197 then recharge the car’s battery at these Clarkesville GA locations.


Electric Vehicle Chargers in Clayton GA

EV Charger by Vines at Stonewall Creek Vineyards

EV Charger by the grape vines at Stonewall Creek Vineyards

The artsy area around Clayton, Georgia offers EV charging at farm-to-table restaurants, boutique vineyard wineries, and charming B&Bs!

  • Beechwood Inn
    • Phone: +1 (706) 782-5485
    • Address: 220 Beechwood Dr, Clayton GA
    • Tesla Destination Charging with a 100 amp Tesla Fast Charging Station
    • per tesla.com: 1 Tesla Connector, up to 16kW (available for patrons only – see front desk)
  • Fromage & Other Fine Foods
    • Phone: +1 (706) 212-7349
    • Address: 31 Earl St, Clayton GA
    • Tesla chargers & Clipper Creek charging stations
    • per tesla.com: 1 Tesla Connector, up to 16kW (available for patrons only – self park)
  • Julep Farms
    • Phone: +1 (706) 960-9600
    • Address: 500 Highway 246, Dillard, GA
  • Stonewall Creek Vineyards
    • Phone: +1 (706) 212-0584
    • Address: 323 Standing Deer Lane, Tiger, GA
  • Sylvan Falls Mill Bed & Breakfast
    • Phone: +1 (706) 746-7138
    • Address: 156 Taylor’s Chapel Road, Rabun Gap, GA
  • York House Inn
    • Phone: +1 (706) 746-2068
    • Address: 416 York House Road, Rabun Gap GA
    • per tesla.com: 1 Tesla Connector, up to 8kW (available for patrons – see front desk)


Electric Vehicle Chargers in Dahlonega GA

The Dahlonega and Dawsonville areas offer lots of great destinations where you can also charge an electric car!

  • Atlanta Motorsports Park
    • Phone: +1 (678) 381-8527
    • Address: 20 Duck Thurmond Road, Dawsonville GA
    • per tesla.com: 6 Tesla Connectors, up to 16kW (available for patrons only – self park)
  • Dahlonega Square Hotel & Villas
    • Phone: +1 (706) 426-5275
    • Address: 135 N. Chestatee St, Dahlonega GA
    • Tesla chargers & universal Clipper Creek charger are free for guests staying in hotel or villas
    • per tesla.com: 2 Tesla Connectors, up to 8kW (available for patrons – see front desk)
  • Kaya Vineyard & Winery
    • Phone: +1 (706) 219-3514
    • Address: 5400 Town Creek Rd, Dahlonega GA
    • per tesla.com: 2 Tesla Connectors, up to 16kW (available for customers – see front desk)
  • Montaluce Winery & Restaurant
    • Phone: +1 (706) 867-4060
    • Address: 501 Hightower Church Rd, Dahlonega GA
    • per tesla.com: 2 Tesla Connectors, up to 16kW (available for customers – see front desk)
  • North Georgia Premium Outlets
    • Phone: +1 (706) 216-3609
    • Address: 800 Highway 400 S, Dawsonville, GA
  • Paradise Valley Resort & Club
    • Phone: +1 (706) 265-6110
    • Address: 49 Valley Dr, Dawsonville GA
    • per tesla.com: 2 Tesla Connectors, up to 8kW (available for patrons – please call ahead)
  • Yonah Mountain Vineyards
    • Phone: +1 (706) 878-5522
    • Address: 1717 Hwy 255 S, Cleveland GA
    • per tesla.com: 4 Tesla Connectors, up to 16kW (available for patrons)


Electric Vehicle Chargers in Helen GA

Enjoy a fun stop in Alpine Helen and visit these local favorites to charge your electric vehicle.


Electric Vehicle Chargers in Hiawassee GA

This resort in the Hiawassee/Young Harris area offers EV charging for your electric car.


Note that all information was correct at the time of publication, but information on this website is about independent businesses that reserve the right to make changes at any time. Please contact businesses to confirm offers and hours before making a special trip.

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8 Responses

  1. Fras says:

    I’ve been looking for a page like this for a long time. I often struggle to find places to charge my Tesla, and so this site is going to be an extremely helpful tool when I’m exploring. I really appreciate the detail that you have put into this, as there are many other websites which are less detailed. Thank you very much!

    • Alyce says:

      Hi Fras, Teslas are so fun to drive! I’m glad this can help you plan a visit to the area where you can explore and keep your car fully charged!!

  2. Jayakodi Damayanthi says:


    This is a very helpful article to who have telsa charching cars specially. Those who have charging cars are some times in trouble of travelling long distances without charging.By adding the location map and the power that we can gain  you gave a chance to select a best one that they need.So this is a good and helpful for charging cars owners.Thank you for uploading this informative post.good luck.

    • Alyce says:

      Yes, My friends with Tesla’s and other electric cars enjoy testing their cars to see how far they can travel on one charge, but they also like to know that they can get home with their car. Hopefully this helps!

  3. Heather Sargent says:

    I am so impressed with the comprehensiveness of this page! The map is particularly helpful but I also really like how clean all the links are so when traveling we can easily navigate to the area we are trying to access. It seems you’ve thought of everything here. 

    As someone who likes to know what to expect, I have to say, I really appreciate the thought you’ve put into this. It helps to know details such as whether a gratuity is expected, I just find it so much easier to know these things ahead of time. 

    Thanks again!

    • Alyce says:

      Thanks Heather, It’s easy to find charging stations in the city, but it can take a little extra planning to make sure you’ll have charge when in a more rural area. I hope this helps those with Teslas and other electric cars venture into the beautiful Georgia mountains for a trip!

  4. Dave Sweney says:

    This was a super useful post as many people are likely wanting to know that they can go exploring in the Georgia mountains with their Tesla and not have to worry about running out of power while out and about. I was happy to see that this trend is happening, as it will help get more people to convert to electric cars over the traditional gas or diesel engine powered vehicles.

    What better way to enjoy the scenery too than using a car that is helping the environment and cutting emissions that you normally get with the traditional cars. They help keep Georgia as beautiful as it is for the next generations. It has been some time since I have been up in that part of Georgia, but the images remind me that I need to get back. Thanks for the information! 

    • Alyce says:

      Hi Dave, you are exactly right, as Tesla and electric car owners need to plan their trips to make sure they’ll be able to find a charging station. It’s becoming more common to find electric car charging stations in rural areas, but hopefully this list can make it a little easier for those exploring the scenic Georgia mountains!

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