Piggott is located in Clay County northeast of Paragould, between Corning and the Missouri boarder along Hwy 62. Also situated just west of the St. Francis River.
Popular attractions throughout the Piggott area include: Crowley's Ridge National Scenic Parkway, Chalk Bluff State Park (11 Miles), Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum & Education Center, Pumpkin Hollow and many antique and collectable shops. The City maintains two public parks with playgrounds and picnic areas, hiking and nature trails, swimming pool, two lighted tennis courts and five lighted baseball/softball fields. Heritage Park, home of the "Fall Festival" recently added a new amphitheater.
A well-known resident to this community was Ernest Hemingway, where he wrote parts of "A Farewell to Arms" while living here.