Go to www.plugshare.com
Go to settings (upper left), and select CCS/SAE only.
They now have a Trip Planner function on the left scroll window near the bottom.
This will show you all the CCS stations on the way, and you can read reviews about them.
You should practice charging near your home a few times, especially if you have more than one carrier. Because doing it in the day time when it's not raining is a lot better for learning.
Leave the car on with the door open and make sure the cable will reach. Adjust as necessary.
Get your payment method, phone app, credit card, or RFID card ready, and your fob.
Turn off car, open charge door, remove small rubber boot from bottom DC connectors.
Grab cable and insert until it snaps securely.
Follow instructions on the screen, or hold your RFID card on the reader image (looks like a WiFi symbol). Or use your cellphone app. Credit cards require you wait until asked, and remove when asked.
Charging past 85% will start to slow down fairly rapidly. Plan spacing at about 100-125 miles for best travel time. That way you can drive as fast as you like within reason, and always be charging at a faster speed.
Arrive with 20%-30% charge to 75%-85% and you are good to go.