Located on I-75, the major link between the Southeast and the Great Lakes, Campbell County Tennessee is within a one-day drive of all the major markets in the Eastern United States. Situated in the middle of the Southern Automotive Corridor, which is the fastest-growing automotive region in North America, Campbell County offers a strategic transportation network.
Industries in the county include auto parts manufacturers, high skill machine operations, defense contractors, appliance manufacturing, biotech, commercial metal and building systems.
The presence of these varied industrial operations assures a work force that is diverse and multi-skilled in many trade specialties. This skilled labor force, local training capabilities, industrial park sites with all utilities in place, and a variety of industrial buildings available for sale or lease create a very competitive business environment.
Roane State Community College’s Campbell County Campus provides two-year associate degrees. In addition, the college offers continuing education opportunities to local business and industries in customer service, quality manufacturing, operations certificates, and professional development certificates in real estate and banking. A Tennessee College of Applied Technology is also located in the county.
A great place for business, Campbell County is also an excellent place to live. Nestled between the Cumberland Mountains and foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, Campbell County offers a unique quality found in small communities.
Part of the Norris Highlands, much of pristine Norris Lake is contained within the county. The 33,840 acres of water and 809 miles of shoreline, including 50 miles of island shoreline, is a paradise for water sports such as swimming, skiing, boating, wakeboarding and fishing.
Two wildlife management areas offer 127,000 acres to hike, fish and hunt. The county is home to two state parks.
Local Economic Developer
Randy Brown, Deputy Mayor
Campbell County Chamber of Commerce