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Archies Campings - March 2018 update 6 months 4 weeks ago #446097

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There is a new update to Archies Campings available on line today. For those who've never heard of it, Archies Campings is a website where you can download POIs and other information about more than 33,000 campsites throughout Europe, including sites in the UK. There is also an App available - details on the website.

In this update more sites have been added, particularly in Poland, Italy and Sweden, so if your plans for 2018 include these countries make sure you have a look at Archies and get the most up to date information before you go. Press the button: 'CHANGES IN 2018' to see the results of the poll which has been taking place during 2017, and to see if the results might affect you.

If you use the downloadable files of Campsites near the main routes, these will only be available for a short time longer, so make sure you download them and keep them handy for reference before they disappear from the server.

Information continues to be updated, thanks to feedback from Archies users, so if you notice anything incorrect about any of the information please use the Contact button to let Archie have the correct details. Similarly, if you have any questions or suggestions please use the Contact button.

Please can everyone share this on any other forums they use, where it might prove useful.
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