Last week, the U.S. Department of Energy and National Park Service teamed up to deploy EVs and charging infrastructure in an effort to protect America’s most beloved environments. On our first National Park Friday, GoElectricDrive took you on a tour to the scenic Shenandoah National Park. This week, we’ll be going to San Antonio Missions National Historical Park of Southern Texas.
This Spanish and Mexican influenced park is unique in that in addition to conventional attractions like hiking trails, there is also a museum and four mission churches. Main attractions include the Mission San José and San Miguel de Aguayo and Mission San Francisco de la Espada. Visitors can also go on free guided tours and watch movies relevant to the park’s culture.
The park is investing in EV technology because of their devotion to preserving the historically rich area as well as maintaining a clean environment for visitors. San Antonio Missions will partner with Alamo Area Clean Cities to deploy an electric utility truck as well as install two EV chargers accessible to the public.
Plan your visit to San Antonio Missions National Historical Park today.
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