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Campbellville is a compact rural community in the geographic township of Nassagaweya in the Town of Milton, Regional Municipality of Halton, Ontario, Canada.
It is on the Niagara Escarpment and is a tourist destination for residents of the Greater Toronto Area.
This community is named for John Campbell, who settled there in 1832. A saw mill was later built. A tavern was opened in 1847 by Mr. Priest. A hotel was also located in the early settlement, which burned down around 1930.
The first store and post office were noted in 1849, located in William Campbell's home and operated by Malcolm Campbell.
Located in Campbellville are Mohawk Racetrack, a harness racing venue; Crawford Lake Conservation Area, Mennonite furniture shops, an ice cream parlour, and Cristello's Village Market.
The world's largest antique leaded stained glass store and museum,
The Stonehouse of Campbellville, is also located in Campbellville.