Nimmons is a town in Clay County, Arkansas, United States. The population was 69 at the 2010 census, down from 100 in 2000.HistoryNimmons was established as a stop along the St. Louis, Kennett and Southeastern Railroad (later part of the St. Louis–San Francisco Railway) in 1901, and was named for a railroad worker. The town was granted its own post office (since closed) in 1903, and several businesses, fueled by the timber industry, operated in the town over the next two decades. The town began to decline after timber resources in the area were exhausted.Geography
Nimmons is located in eastern Clay County at (36.305413, -90.096163). It lies west of the St. Francis River, which forms the Arkansas–Missouri state line. Nimmons has a total area of , all land.Ecologically, Nimmons is located within the St. Francis Lowlands ecoregion within the larger Mississippi Alluvial Plain. The St. Francis Lowlands are a flat region m
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