Sage advice from others. Unfortunately, I can't give you much hope either. I've personally had very little luck in a semi-rural, conservative community of 200,000. What can you expect in those tiny burgs, barely blinks on the side of the road? My few successes are DIRECTLY related to Tesla's destination charging program, and they are hard fought successes with years of failures (I'll reach my 6 yr EV anniversary this month). Just today I christened my latest success, a local organic winery with solar panels: https://api.plugshare.com/view/location/124125
Unfortunately, I have been unable to convince business owners of the benefits of installing a charging stations, even when I offer to pay for the unit and installation! They all freak out over insurance and the cost of electricity, which is essentially NO ADDITIONAL cost for a business that already has insurance and electricity. The allure of Tesla seems to convince these businesses of the legitimacy, something that nobody else seems to have. That said, you won't be able to convince Tesla or any other business to install charging stations in those "towns" that you mentioned. Your best bet is to purchase land, and start you own. knowing full well that you'll lose money in the process. One possibility that you didn't mention, and probably has a better chance of success, is Sargents, CO at the RV park behind the Tomichi Creek Trading Post. At least these folks have made it into the 21st Century (http://tomichicreektradingpost.com/index.php/rates-availability/rv-teepee-camping-rates/
). Good luck.