Orange County Route 107 is a short county route in the county of Orange County, New York. Route 107 is only a mile long, intersecting with local roads during its short length. The highway begins at an intersection with New York State Route 32 in Cornwall, heads eastward into downtown Cornwall-on-Hudson. The highway passes farms and residential regions as Quaker Avenue.
Route 107 and the nearby CR 9 are originally part of New York State Route 307. Route 307 was assigned in the 1930s, with its routing remaining intact until January 9, 1980, when Route 307 was given over to the county due to a maintenance swap in April of that year.
Route 107, along with CR 9 was once part of a state-maintained road, New York State Route 307. Route 307 was assigned along the two roads, stretching from NY 32 to the nearby New York State Route 218. The route remained intact until January 9, 1980, when maintenance was turned over to the county during a swap performed in April of that year. Other roads, including New York State Route 210 from NY 17 to Orange/Rockland county line and New York State Route 208, which are both now CRs 106 and 105.