Piggott is nestled between the Mighty Mississippi river and the Ozark Mountains in the heart of Crowley’s Ridge. Piggott enjoys rich farm land and beautiful wooded, rolling terrain. Sportsman can find plenty of wild game in the vast woods and wetlands of the surrounding areas. Piggott thrives with history, starting with the historical downtown square that is lined with shops featuring antiques, collectibles, tasteful décor, unique gifts and dining with atmosphere. Piggott is also home of the Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum and Educational Center, where Ernest Hemingway wrote portions of some of his most famous works, including “A Farewell to Arms”. Other tourist attractions are the Matilda and Karl Pfeiffer Museum and Study Center as well as Chalk Bluff Battlefield Park, the site of several Civil War skirmishes.
Piggott offers a relaxed lifestyle, mild climate, and moderate cost of living. Containing an abundant and willing labor pool, it’s geographic location make Piggott a prime choice for manufacturing and distribution business.
Combining the charms of yesterday with the conveniences of today, Piggott is a wonderful place to visit and even stay for a lifetime.