Kingsland is a city in southwestern Camden County, GA, United States, located at exit 3 off of the I-
Kingsland was platted in 1894 when the railroad was extended to that point, and was named after
William Henry King, the original owner of the town site.
Incorporated in 1908, Downtown Kingsland features buildings from the 19th century, and its brick
sidewalks lined with quaint streetlights justify its position on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Kingsland Commercial Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places March
Kingsland is also home to Neutral Zone Studios, where Star Trek fans can come and do their own
Star Trek fan films, the most notable being Star Trek Continues.
Interstate 95 offers the ability to travel anywhere from here, with Jacksonville International airport
being 40 minutes away offering you the ability to go South, North or even further afield easily.
Want to take a scenic route? U.S. Route 17 (US 17) is a 124.20-mile north-south older highway
running parallel to I-95, passing through the center of Kingsland.
You can also travel to the Okefenokee Swamp, Cumberland Island National Seashore or just stay in the
Royal District downtown and enjoy a walk around the Veterans Memorial Park, which features
monuments from all branches of the Armed Forces.
A total area of 45.0 square miles of which 42.7 square miles is land and 2.2 square miles or 4.99%,
is water. This makes Kingsland the twelfth largest city in the state of Georgia by land mass.
Join us in November for the Catfish festival, or if you love Oysters stay until Jan when The Lions Club of
Kingsland host their famous Oyster Roast.