A Team Approach
Making History Again!™ - The Camden County Board of Commissioners, in partnership with the community, will be collaborating with the Camden County Joint Development Authority, the Georgia Department of Economic Development, the Georgia Department of Transportation, and other State and Federal Agencies, and commercial space companies, in pursuing the development of a World-Class Spaceport in Camden County, Georgia, U.S.A.
Camden County has a prime site under contract and is seeking to entitle, license and acquire the site for the development of an aerospace industrial park. This site has a history of space activity and will be home to one or more commercial space companies.
To develop a successful world class spaceport through a public-private partnership that establishes Camden County as the Commercial Space Center of the United States.
To create the premier commercial spaceport strategically positioned to provide economic diversity with a competitive advantage for the space sector, Camden County, the State of Georgia and the United States of America.
In 1965, the Thiokol Corporation tested the world’s most powerful rocket engine in preparation for flights to the moon. The test was done in Camden County on the site of the proposed spaceport. At that time Camden County was declared the "Gateway to Space".
In 2005, NASA declassified documents that revealed Camden County as a potential alternate launch site for the Apollo Program.
Camden County has space legacy without the legacy cost.
Launching Tomorrow's Future Today®