The new website of ACSI is intended to inform campers about small and natural camping sites. (Photo: ACSI)

The new website of ACSI is intended to inform campers about small and natural camping sites. (Photo: ACSI)

ACSI launches website for small camping grounds

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The Dutch camping specialist ACSI has now set up a separate website for small and cozy campsites in Europe.

Glamping is the current trend, many campsites want to win holidaymakers with more and more modern and extensive equipment. But there are also a number of campers who like small and simple campsites. These places are often not found in many camping guides. That is why the ACSI Camping Club now offers an alternative. With a new website especially for small campsites the Dutch expand their offer. From now on, the new website “kleinecampingplaetze” can be easily searched for a suitable campsite.

There are currently around 2,000 small car parks in Europe. There are only places with a maximum of 50 tour places in the database. Comfort and atmosphere are at the forefront. All places are inspected once a year by ACSI. Visitors can filter online on over 150 equipment criteria, compare places and find exactly the right place through the detailed information.

With the new website ACSI serves a popular holiday trend: cozy camping in the green. The Dutch print edition of the ACSI “Klein & Feincampingführer” has existed for some time, the online platform is available in six languages ​​- including english.

If you prefer not to do without comfort, you can rely on ACSI’s tried and tested ACSI guides or the apps.

Info: to the website of ACSI Small campsites

Claus-Detlev Bues

Claus-Detlev Bues

Claus-Detlev Bues has been working as a senior editor for caravaning for decades. In addition to several print titles, he is also responsible for online reporting as a D.C.I chief editor and also oversees the areas of test and technology. Several books about caravaning come from his pen. In his spare time, he likes to work on oldtimers and is an active self-employed and developer of motorhomes with whom he is traveling all over Europe.
Claus-Detlev Bues