Frankfield is a town in the parish of Clarendon in central Jamaica. It is located near the top of Jamaica's central ridge of mountains overlooking the south coast. The Rio Minho river runs through the town in a shallow gorge.
|Coordinates: 18.1463208°N 77.3658246°W|
|Elevation||276 m (906 ft)|
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Frankfield is on the B4 road which climbs up from Trout Hall in the south, crosses into the town from the south east via a bridge over the Rio Minho, passes through the town's central square and continues north towards Grantham and Spauldings. From the town center going towards the south west a lesser road connects Frankfield with Nine Turns, Smithville, Whakefield, Thompson Town, Mocho, Four Paths and May Pen.
- "World Gazetteer, Jamaica: Largest cities and towns with statistics of their population". Archived from the original on 5 December 2012.
- UK Directorate of Overseas Surveys 1:50,000 map of Jamaica Sheets G & H, 1973.