Information for campsites

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Campsites participating in ACSI Booking will from now on be able to book automatically with ACSI and with (provided they are known to both parties). You will reap the benefits of this. You will double your total reach, especially with extra potential customers from German-speaking countries.

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ACSI: Campsite specialist for more than 50 years – Market Leader in Europe

Dutch campsite specialist ACSI has been supplying information on campsites across Europe since 1965. Through the years ACSI, which has camping as its core business, has gradually been adding to its activities: organising camping trips, renting out camping pitches and accommodations on campsites, launching CampingCard ACSI, the discount card for the low season, the biggest camping magazine in the Netherlands ACSI FreeLife magazine, the ACSI Club ID and ACSI Booking.

ACSI’s aim is to make sure that campsites are full of campers from everywhere in Europe in high as well as in low season. To achieve this, ACSI listens carefully to the wishes of campers as well as those of campsites and always anticipates these. A wide and successful range of camping products is the result. Read more about ACSI here.

Would you like to register your campsite for an inspection visit?

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, it is free of charge. There are options for additional advertising, but it is not compulsory. Even without advertising, your campsite will be listed for free on the website, in our apps and in the campsite guides.

ACSI brings campsites and campers together. In 2023, a total of 876,554 camping guides and apps were sold to campers across Europe. We expect a 21% increase in 2025. Additionally, our websites and apps were visited more than 30 million times in 2023. We anticipate a 19% increase by 2025. This way, we bring your campsite to the attention of many European campers at no cost to you.

You can expect a visit from the inspector from May to September. The inspector will make an appointment with you in advance.

During the visit, the inspector walks around the campsite, using a checklist to go through and assess all the amenities and facilities available at your campsite. After the inspection, the inspector will review the details with you. Should you be interested in advertising, the inspector can discuss the various options. Advertising is always on a voluntary basis.

Our editorial team assesses all requests. They will contact you as to whether your campsite will actually be visited by an inspector. This inspector decides on the spot whether a campsite will actually be included in our media.

ACSI includes campsites with camping pitches in the guides. If your campsite only has motorhome pitches, we refer you to our partner, Facile. See the website

If your campsite only has hire accommodation, an inspector will only visit your campsite when you participate in ACSI Booking. Your campsite will then be bookable via our website. More information about ACSI Booking: If you are interested in ACSI Booking, please contact

Our inspectors visit the campsites annually from May to September. They will contact you about the visit in advance. Our editorial team will inform you before April 1 whether your campsite will be visited in the upcoming inspection season.

Our 350 inspectors visit more than 10,000 campsites in Europe each year. These annual inspections require a lot of advance preparation. To ensure that all campsites can be visited, we need to know this before April 1 to ensure the planning runs smoothly. If we cannot include your campsite in our planning, it cannot be visited during the current inspection season. Your visit request will be included in the following season. We only publish campsites in our media that have been visited by an inspector. We vouch for the quality of our data, which is why we only publish campsites that have been inspected.

Yes, that’s possible. If you want to be visible online quickly, you can participate in Booking. Discover how here:

Annual inspections ensure the quality of the campsites remains high and that campers can trust the information on our website, in our apps, and in our guides. We also consider personal contact important.

ACSI offers various promotional options, both online and in our campsite guides. This enables us to draw even more attention to your campsite among European campers. Our inspector can tell you all about the options during their visit. Should you would like more information before then, please contact our Sales department via


For more information about requesting a campsite inspection and the benefits of being an ACSI campsite, you can contact us via