Took the time to check out the Lee Vining and CEC charging sites on a peak-bagging trip to Yosemite this week. I checked the Lee Vining site out on Thursday, two Clipper Creek HCS40s mounted back-to-back on the same pole. One of the check-ins on the Plugshare listing says "Had a nice chat with a parks employee . . . For now, both cables on the L2 are sharing current (can use both but rate is halved) but that should change soon." There's a printed notice on top of one of the EVSEs saying you get 15 miles per hour of charge, so that agrees with the current being split. I was there from dawn to about 11 a.m. Thursday, so got to watch a nice sunrise and have breakfast in/check out the solar pavilion and the array (as well as doing a bit of impromptu PEV/PV education to a couple of people checking out the EVSEs).
I checked out the open Oakdale CEC site on the way up Wednesday. It has two QCs and an L2, and has a fair number of eating choices within two blocks or so.
On the way back Friday I stopped at both the Groveland and Rush Creek lodge CEC sites. I'm happy to report that CEC apparently got a clue, because the site in Groveland has two QCs instead of one, plus a dual L2. However, the QCs, apparently the same model as at Rush Creek Lodge and Oakdale, are in place but covered by their shipping cartons. The L2 next to them appears complete but the screen was dark, so presumably none of them has power yet. The Hungry Bear Cafe's less than 100 yds away on the other side of Ferretti Road, but the other restaurants in town vary from a 0.1 to 0.4 mile walk, which isn't a big deal most of the year, but would be in winter when there's snow/ice on the ground (as there often is) making things slick, or if it's raining or snowing. The Tesla SC site at the west end of town's located closer to most of the restaurants. Still, gift horses . . .
Rush Creek only has a single CCS-CHAdeMO Chargepoint QC, which is located opposite Villa 1 on the back side of the resort, anything but easy to find or convenient. It's max. output is 48 kW. There's also a single L2 in the front parking lot, which has a sign describing the location of the QC, but the signs pointing to the various site locations are a bit small so you can easily drive around in a circle on the front side of the resort once or twice before seeing the signs taking you to Villas 1-10 (or whatever it was).
With current BEV ranges, Groveland's much better positioned than Oakdale for most people coming from the Bay Area and heading to Yosemite, so I expect it to get most of the traffic once it opens. Rush Creek Lodge is better yet, but with only a single QC and more limited (and mostly higher-priced) food options, IMO its more likely to be used for opportunity/desperation charging, especially for people coming back from the east side.
Guy [I have lots of experience designing/selling off-grid AE systems, some using EVs but don't own one. Local trips are by foot, bike and/or rapid transit].
The 'best' is the enemy of 'good enough'. Copper shot, not Silver bullets.