Four sites opened on 5/30, making 36 for the month and 192 total: Lynnwood, WA (Jct. I-5/405, Urb.); W. Sacramento, CA (I-80. SW of Jct. with I-5); Beaver, UT (Jct. I-15/S.R. 21/153); Port Charlotte, FL (I-75 btwn. Sarasota and Ft. Myers).
Seven! more sites opened today, making 43! for the month and 199 total: Novato, CA (U.S. 101 N.W. of Jct. S.R. 37); Scipio, UT (Jct. I-15/E. U.S. 50); Benson, AZ (Jct. I-10/S.R. 80); Gallup, NM (Jct. I-40/U.S. 491); Van Horn, TX (I-10, W. of Jct. I-10/20); Miami. FL (S.R. 836, W. of S.R. 826); Bridgewater, NJ (Jct. I-287/S.R. 28, Urb.).
Beaver and Scipio make it possible to drive from Las Vegas to SLC, and the leg from Mesquite (145 miles) is just beyond the 140 miles that I consider max. practical range; when the "Coming soon" Washington and/or Cedar City open it will be practical the whole way. From Beaver you can easily do the round trip to Cedar Breaks, and to Kolob Canyons in Zion with care. Zion Canyon is reachable one-way from either Mesquite NV or Beaver, and there are L2s there to allow the round trip. It's also possible to do the round trip from Beaver all the way out to Rainbow Pt. in Bryce Canyon, with extreme care. There are NEMA 14-50s in Bryce at RV parks.
Benson makes it possible to travel from Phoenix to El Paso (dest. charging needed in Phoenix), but infill is needed to shorten some legs. If your last name is Earp, Holliday, Clanton or McLaury, from Benson you can easily make the round trip (assuming you survive) to Tombstone
; or you can also easily do the round trip to Contention City if you need to catch the 3:10 to Yuma
Van Horn will eventually link El Paso to sites on both I-10 and I-20. Novato makes it possible to travel further north of S.F. on 101, or easily round trip to Pt. Reyes or Bodega Bay.
Port Charlotte makes it possible to drive from Bushnell to Naples via I-75, but infill in the Tampa-Bradenton area is needed to make it practical. The others are primarily urban sites, but can of course be used for trips.