You might come across the blue CC logo during your search for a suitable camp site. This logo tells you that the camp site accepts CampingCard ACSI, the leading discount card for the low season.Camp site specialist ACSI is the initiator of this discount card, which offers campers the opportunity to stay overnight at 3142 camp sites in the high and low seasons at reduced, fixed prices. The popularity of this product amongst campers and holidaymakers has increased rapidly.
ACSI publishes a special guide with only the camp sites that accept the card. You will receive this guide free when you purchase an CampingCard ACSI.
How CampingCard ACSI works
After purchasing the discount card, complete the back and show the card on arrival at the camp site. You will pay €11, €13, €15. €17 or €19 per night. Show the card again when you pay; you won't have to fill in any paperwork or make an advance payment.
The overnight rate is valid for one pitch and two persons. You can bring: car + caravan + awning, car + collapsible caravan, car + tent, or campervan with awning. It also includes electricity, one hot shower per day and one dog per pitch (provided the camp site permits dogs). For more information about the prices, and about the aspects that are not included, please visit the CampingCard website.
And 714 camp sites at which a maximum of 3 children (up to 6 years) are included for the same price!
It is now also possible to subscribe to CampingCard ACSI. This enables you to benefit from a significant reduction and the card, as well as the guide, will be sent to you automatically every year. You can take out a subscription on our website in a few simple steps.
Important! CampingCard ACSI is only accepted at camp sites next to which the blue CC logo is shown. Our inspectors visit over 9900 camp sites each year; you can use the discount card at more than 3142 of these.
The CampingCard ACSI discount card with guide is available for € 15.95 (excluding delivery). Subscribers pay only € 10.95 (excluding delivery).