I don't own a smart ED, but have had to think along similar lines with a first gen Nissan Leaf. Regardless of what range you might be able to get depending on conditions (wind direction, temps, heavy rain, etc.), you'll need to identify multiple possible charging opportunities so that you have options in case of interstate accidents, detours, and higher than anticipated consumption due to battery degradation/issues. Use the PlugShare app/site to check out options. You can also look for individuals that share their home charging station and make arrangements if they are conveniently located using PlugShare.
And, air up the tires to max for the lowest rolling resistance for this one way trip at low speeds to maximize range. Skipping the A/C and heat and anything that draws energy of course to also maximize range unless you need it for clearing windows in rain, etc. Rain can affect things with headlights, wipers, more drag, slogging through traffic congestion due to heavy rain, etc. and you can't do anything but be prepared with charging options on low range EVs.
Of course, there is also the option to have it delivered or tow it with another vehicle if you just want to eliminate the variables. But, if you're up for an adventure, then go for it.