If you’re cruising around Alaska in your trusty Tesla and need to find a Supercharger station, you’ve come to the right place! You can easily locate the address, contact details, charging information, and location map for all the Tesla Superchargers in “The Last Frontier”. However, I must let you know that as of 2023, there’s only one Tesla Supercharger station in the entirety of Alaska.
But don’t worry, it just so happens to be the northernmost Supercharger station in all of North America! This first-of-its-kind Tesla EV Charging station is nestled in Whistle Hill in Soldotna, AK, which is approximately 2 hours and 44 minutes south of Anchorage via Alaska Route 1 (AK-1) state highway. So, if you’re heading to the “Last Frontier” in your Tesla, make sure to keep this invaluable information in mind!
Not only does this spot already feature 2 Tesla Destination chargers, but it’s also a popular spot with two train-themed amenities nearby – the Addie Camp restaurant and Brew@602 Espresso bar. You’ll be pleased to know that the Two 50A Tesla destination chargers (featuring 2 Tesla Connectors and capable of delivering up to 16kW) are located on the backside of the Depot, and one more can be found in the back of the Addie Camp.
But wait, there’s more! The Four Tesla Supercharger V3 stalls, capable of delivering charging rates of up to 250kW, are situated right behind the Addie Camp restaurant (next to fresh365). So, whether you’re looking to top off your Tesla’s battery or simply in the mood for some train-themed fun, Whistle Hill rest stop has got you covered!
Tesla Supercharger Soldotna, AK 99669
- Name: Whistle Stop
- Address: 43540 Kleeb Loop, Soldotna, AK 99669
- Location: Get Location
- Phone Number: (907) 398-2931
- Roadside Assistance: (877) 798-3752
- Charging: 4 Superchargers, available 24/7, up to 250kW
- Nearby Amenities: Restrooms – Addie Camp, Brew@602, Restaurants – Addie Camp, Shopping – Frames & Things, Beverage – Brew@602
It is interesting to note that there are currently 940 EV registrations in Alaska and is the only US state where Tesla is not in the Market share lead. Nissan EVs has about 40% market share in Alaska, to Tesla’s 34%.
The state is also slated to get DC fast charging network along the Highway, with both AEA (Alaska Energy Authority) and non-AEA funded EV charging stations near Homer, Soldotna, Seward, Cooper Landing, Anchorage, Chugiak, Trapper Creek, Cantwell, Healy and Fairbanks.
Tesla itself had plans to open a Supercharger station in Anchorage but currently it is omitted from the list of Tesla Supercharger stations in Alaska (as of Q1 2022).
Hope you like this article regarding Tesla Supercharging sites in Alaska. We will add more locations as Tesla opens new location in the state, which are added and updated in each quarter. If you have experienced the availability, charging speed, price and amenities accessibility at this location in Soldotna, AK, please let us know in the comment section below.