The workplace accident attorneys in Campbell Hall, NY, at Markhoff & Mittman, P.C. would like to share some interesting details about the community.

Campbell Hall

The hamlet of Campbell Hall is situated in the northern region of Hamptonburgh in Orange County, New York. The hamlet is the principal community within the town and sits on New York Route 207. Some other roadways within the neighborhood are Neelytown Road, Hamptonburgh Road, Egbertson Road, and Maybrook Road. Other towns within the greater area are Kipps, Neelytown, Stony Ford, and Burnside.

Early History

The greater region was included in the patent of 1703, which was designated to Christoper Denn, among others. The community was named in honor of the Scotchman Colonel Campbell. He had two sons that became rivals during the Revolutionary war. One brother sided with the British while the other with their newly adopted country. Despite not speaking during the war, after the final outcome, their sentiments changed.


The community is home to the Noble Coffee Roasters located at the corner of New York 207 and Stony Ford Road. Residents can quickly grab a freshly brewed cup of coffee or specialty drink with a homemade breakfast or lunch sandwich.

In 2005, the community became the location of the Santa Hill Ranch. Bob and Arlene Santagata built the 390-acre ranch that has become the home of over 75 horses. The ranch has a state of the art climate controlled breeding barn that offers services including:

  • stand your stud
  • breed your mare
  • foal out your babies

The Stony Ford Golf Course is to the north of the community. The 18-hole course was designed by Hal C. Purdy and opened to the public in 1969. On the property are the following amenities:

  • 19th Hole Bar & Restaurant
  • a 140-person banquet hall
  • a golf pro shop
  • a 15 station driving range


Education is essential to the residents in the neighborhood. As many as 21.84% of the adult population hold a four-year degree or higher. Approximately 36.53% of the adults have a bachelor’s degree or more advanced degree. The children in the community can attend schools within the Goshen Central School District such as:

  • Goshen Intermediate School – located on McNally Street
  • C J Hooker Middle School – located on Lincoln Avenue
  • Goshen Central High School – located on Sctochtown Avenue


The community has a population of 6,216 belonging to a variety of racial and ethnic groups. The greatest number of residents have reported their race to be white, followed by Asian and Hispanic. The majority of the residents speak English as their first language, but some speak Spanish and Serbo-Croatian. Several of the ancestries found within the townspeople include:

  • Irish
  • Italian
  • German
  • English
  • Dutch

In 2018, the per capita income was $39,354. The neighborhood is considered upper-middle-income. Some of the occupations represented by the employed residents include the following:

  • management occupations (14.32%)
  • office and administrative support roles (10.32%)
  • healthcare careers (6.53%)

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Our Local Office

If you or someone you are close to is dealing with issues processing their work injury claim, contact our team of experienced Campbell Hall, NY workplace accident attorneys at Markhoff & Mittman, P.C., for a free evaluation.

Markhoff & Mittman, P.C.
3 Hatfield Ln #2b,
Goshen, NY 10924
(845) 360-9931