The discount card for the low season
Discounts of up to 50%
CampingCard ACSI is a discount card which will allow you to camp for up to 50% off in the early and late low seasons. Upon production of a valid CampingCard ACSI at a participating campsite, you will be able to stay with two people for just € 11, € 13, € 15, € 17 or € 19 a night. This way you will always pay less than the campsite’s lowest rate in low season. You can find out which rate applies at the campsite itself, in the free CampingCard ACSI guide, in the special CampingCard ACSI app and on this website. Your CampingCard ACSI is valid for one calendar year.
Even lower prices are possible: in certain periods many CampingCard ACSI campsites will have an extra discount.
Accepted at 3142 campsites
In 2016 you can camp at no fewer than 3142 campsites in 20 European countries. All campsites are inspected by ACSI annually. Only the 3142 campsites in the CampingCard ACSI guide 2016 participate in the discount system. ACSI inspects 9800 campsites annually and 3142 of these will be accepting our discount card in the 2016 low season.
In high season, all campsites are equally attractive. Owners guarantee the same hospitality and good service. The most important amenities are also available in the same quality in low season; you will just be paying less for them!
Children join you for free at 700+ campsites
You can also camp inexpensively with your children or grandchildren (under 6 years old). On this website, in the guide and in the app you will find 714 campsites where (up to) 3 children under 6 years are included in the CampingCard ACSI rate! The campsites can be recognised by the logo, as pictured.
Attention: if a campsite has this symbol, they may still charge tourist tax for children under 6 years, because it is obliged to pay the tourist tax directly to the local government. Items such as shower tokens are also not included for children.
How does CampingCard ACSI work?
1. Fill in the back of the CampingCard ACSI completely (only a card that has been completely filled in will be accepted).
2. Show your discount card when you arrive at the campsite. It is important that you indicate that you will be camping with CampingCard ACSI when making the reservation (if necessary).
3. Before settling your bill at the campsite, show your discount card to reception again.
4.You will be paying the affordable CampingCard ACSI rate of only € 11, € 13, € 15 or € 19.*
Included and excluded
|Included in the CampingCard ACSI rate||Excluded in the CampingCard ACSI rate|
|Pitch*||Tourist tax, environmental surcharge, ecotax, refuse disposal or any other requirements made by the local authority.|
|Overnight stay for 2 adults**||Applicable reservation and administration charges|
|Car + caravan + awning
Or car + collapsible trailer
Or car + tent
Or motorhome with awning
|Hot water in the washing up sinks is not included in the rate.|
|Electricity: connection of max. 6A.
Consumption to a max. of 4 kWh per day
|1 dog, on the condition that dogs are permitted on the campsite.|
Some campsites make a distinction between standard and luxury pitches. These luxury or comfort pitches tend to be somewhat bigger and have their own water supply and drainage. You have the right to a standard pitch with CampingCard but it may also happen that you can use one of the more expensive pitches for the CampingCard rate. The campsite has the right to decide this; you can NEVER claim a luxury or comfort pitch. Take note also that some campsites have adapted their policy towards caravans with a twin axle and motorhomes that are so large they won’t fit on a standard pitch.
Campsites offer pitches suitable for two adults. The campsite can decide for itself whether more than two adults may camp on them (where the CampingCard rate applies to the two adults) or whether the campers will be referred to pitches that are not allocated to CampingCard ACSI users and for which the regular rates will be charged.
If the campsite used shower tokens, the CampingCard holder has the right to one shower token per adult per day. If the campsite uses another ‘shower system’, for example fifty cent coins or a SEP key, the above still applies but the camper must discuss the shower arrangements with the campsite.
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