Electric Vehicle Charging Stations at State Parks and Forests
DCNR has been working to install electric vehicle charging stations at more than 40 state park and forest locations to help reduce greenhouse gases, lessen smog, and improve air quality.
Currently, 41 public, electric vehicle charging stations are now available to use by park and forest visitors who drive plugin hybrid or full electric-powered vehicles.
The stations can fully charge vehicles in 2.5 to 7 hours. If using the charging stations, we ask that you please move to another parking space once your vehicle has been charged.
The charging stations are paid for by funding from U.S. EPA’s 2016 emissions equipment
settlement with Volkswagen.
Charging Stations in State Parks
The following Pennsylvania state parks have free of charge, public electronic vehicle charging stations.
Charging Stations in State Forests
The following Pennsylvania state forests have free of charge, public electronic vehicle charging stations.