Belarus is still a very undiscovered country , therefore an up to date guide book is highly recommended for individual travels.
Unfortunately, the only guide book in English seems to be the Bradt travel guide - Belarus. In the past I was usually quite happy with Bradt guides for other countries, but I must admit that the Belarus guide couldn't keep up with the high expectations.
It doesn't list much helpful info regarding public transportation, but instead recommends tours with official tour operators. Also the description of smaller cities like e.g. Kamyanyets is very limited. However, it is better to pack the Bradt guide than no guide book.
For German speaking travellers theTrescher - Weißrussland might be a good option. Also this guide doesn't list much practical info regarding transport, but at least the description of the sights are much more detailed and comprehensive.
Bradt Travel Guides: http://www.bradt-travelguides.com/
Trescher Verlag: http://www.trescherverlag.de/
Like all other cities which we visited in Belarus, also Kamyanyets didn’t have a Tourist Information Office. So on arrival we bought a map of the town and the region at the kiosk in the bus station.
It included street maps and short descriptions of the towns of Kamyanyets and Vysokoe, as well as a map of the Kamyanyets region.