Is there a way to use an ArcGIS Geocoding Server with QGIS?

I recently lost access to my ArcMap License, so an alternative would be very helpful.

The service in question would be: https://tnmap.tn.gov/arcgis/rest/services/LOCATORS

My overall goal would be to use this like I would use it in Arcmap. i.e. setting an accuracy threshold, and feeding it a list of addresses and receiving the associated points.

I'm not partial to QGIS if there is another free alternative to make use of the geocoding service. I would prefer a GUI, but if there is a decent guide to a python script or something similar that could work too.

Edit: As mentioned above, I must be able to use the service linked above. The reason is that this service has the most accurate addresses for Tennessee, and has limits that can accommodate my needs (up to 250,000 addresses).

  • Thanks csk for the suggestion. Unfortunately that method relies on Google/Open Street Maps. I know that in Google's case they are far too restrictive, as I could have to geocode ~ 250k Tennessee addresses. – Matt Sep 12 at 21:14
  • Please edit your question to include your requirements. – csk Sep 12 at 21:16

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