Kamenice nad Lipou (Czech pronunciation: [ˈkamɛɲɪtsɛ ˈnad lɪpou]) (German: Kamnitz an der Linde) is a town situated in Pelhřimov District in the Vysočina Region of the Czech Republic. It has about 3,800 inhabitants.
Its most important sight is a castle. It took part of its name after an ancient linden tree that still grows in the garden adjacent to the castle ("nad lipou" means "above a linden tree"). The tree is believed to be 700–900 years old.
A famous Jindřichův Hradec–Obrataň narrow gauge railway runs through the town.
Vítězslav Novák (1870–1949), composer
On 14 May 2021, asteroid 100728 Kamenice n Lipou, discovered by astronomers Miloš Tichý and Zdeněk Moravec at Kleť Observatory in 1998, was named by the Working Group Small Body Nomenclature in honor of the town.