Despite its proximity to Newburgh, there are really no gangs or violence outside of teenage "mischief" and the Maplehurst Inn (home to crazy homeless people, one might say).
It's a solidly middle-class town, but in Cornwall-on-Hudson, it's pretty high-class. It's divided into Cornwall, the Village of Cornwall, Cornwall-on-Hudson (which is along the Hudson river), and Mountainville. It's close to New Windsor, Washingtonville, Salisbury Mills, West Point, and Newburgh.
AKA: C-Wall, Craphole
Person 2: Uh, Cornwall?
Person 1: ...
Person 2: It's between Newburgh and West Point.
Person 2: Ohhh...
Person 1: Yeah. It sucks.
Nothing pisses me off more than not being able to surf because of the sheer volume of pastey-white bodies on the beach and in the water. Really, stay at home this summer, we'll like you a lot more for it.
ps, This before some smart arse(saxon)posts an entry gushing lyrically about The Lake District being a gorgeous part of England .Well Sorry to kick you in the Germanic Bollocks once again BUT you see Cumbria is also Celtic so piss off back to the Low Countries.