AOG Gallery Art Trail

AOG Gallery Art Trail in Frankville: Trail Report

AOG Gallery Art Trail in Frankville: Trail Report

Suggested Stops

Frankville is the midway point between Perth, Smiths Falls, and Brockville. With multiple options in those towns/cities, you'll also find small cafes, shops, and antiques shops while driving the country roads.

Important Insights

Guests are welcome to park along the road shoulder or on the property but are asked not to block the building or trailhead entrances. This is private property that is generously open to the public by the owners - hikers are asked to be respectful of the property, owners, and other hikers. Do not damage the art exhibits. Keep dogs on-leash and clean up after them. Hikers are to follow Leave No Trace principals. Absolutely no camping or fires are permitted on the property. The extra loop has long grass sections on this trail, following tick protocols is a must. Address may appear as 42 Leacock Rd, Elizabethtown-Kitley, ON K0E 1H0 versus 42 Leacock Rd, Frankville, ON K0E 1H0 in Google Maps.

Land Acknowledgement

These are the lands of the Anishinabewaki ᐊᓂᔑᓈᐯᐗᑭ and Omàmìwininìwag (Algonquin) people.⁠ It is important as avid hikers and stewards of the land, to acknowledge and understand the full story our surroundings along with the people that care for her, both past and present. As sourced from, if there are corrections please send to

Land Management

The AOG Gallery Art Trail is private land that is generously opened to the public and managed by the AOG Gallery owner, Bill Gibbons.

GPS Coordinates

44.74287130691158, -75.93267028754502

Street Address

42 Leacock Rd, Frankville, ON K0E 1HO


Only 35 minutes south from Perth, 20 mins south from Smiths Falls, and 22mins from Merrickville.


Small parking are on grass or road shoulder parking. Do not block barn access or trailhead.

Cell Reception






Trail Details

Entrance Fee

Hours of Operation

All seasons. Open dawn to dusk daily.

Trail Map



Near the muralled barn.

Number of Trails


Total Distance (km)


Elevation Gain (m)


Cell Reception



Woodlands, Interpretive Signs


Hiking, Snowshoeing, Skiing


Permitted on-leash.

Trail Description

The AOG Gallery Art Trail is a 2km looped trail with a 1km additional loop option that is best used in winter. The terrain is flat and follows a dirt and grass trail. Excellent trail to immerse in nature. You'll find various art exhibits along the way and a very moving indigenous art installation. The trail includes open fields, maple forest, and pine plantation. The trail is fairly easy to follow with signs and the art leading the way.

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