Number of Public/Private stations here. 
Parking & Charge Costs and hours available: 
Cost to Park: $13.50/day (covered parking, see notes) Cost to Charge: free Hours Available : 24/7
Atlanta's first EV charging near the airport! These are not J1772 stations, just regular 110V outlets, but that's fine when you're going out of town and going to have the car parked there a long time anyway. Be sure to bring your 110V charging cord.
We don't know if the two stations are on separate circuits (e.g. separate 15A-20A breakers), so you should set your charger to the lower power draw mode if possible. For the Chevy Volt that's done with the big orange button on the cordset body.
The entrance to the facility is the second driveway after you turn off Camp Creek Pkwy; see photo for what the entrance looks like. Look for the big red "PreFlight" sign.
The two charging locations are at N-128 and P-128, just inside the COVERED PARKING area after you go up the long entrance ramp and get your ticket stamped. They are clearly labeled -- see pictures. The marker on the map here is located at the exact spot.
This parking facility has two different parking rates, and the covered parking is more expensive. Note that the $13.50/day rate here is only $4.50 more than you would pay per day at the park-ride lot at the airport proper, and it's covered. Note also that their website (linked on this page) offers a coupon which discounts the rate by 20%, so print that out and bring it with you.
Shuttle vans run continuously between the lot and the airport and you need to budget only about 10-15 minutes from your car door to the domestic terminal door, just a couple minutes more than what you would budget for airport onsite parking.
PreFlight Parking – Atlanta Airport – College Park, GA EV Charging Station
* Disclaimer: Although we do our best to make sure station information appears to be accurate using photos and reports from users, this site is partially crowd sourced and we cannot absolutely guarantee accuracy of the information listed about the station location. Info can change daily in some cases and the more people report on the charging station status, the better the info will get.