~1200 miles with one CCS station near Oklahoma City?
One stretch of 700 miles followed by a 500 mile segment.
Seriously, you'd be relying on L2 240V charging. That's well over two hours of charge time for every hour of driving. You'd be stopping for 9+ hours every 200 miles or so. Even then there would stretches where you'd need to bring your own EVSE and find an RV park to plug in.
I would never attempt such a drive through the black hole of the CCS grid. It will literally take almost a week, having to charge overnight every 250 miles. Even on CCS the stops would add significantly to a trip. Personally I would get a rental for that kind of trip.