Pigeon Chamber of Commerce

A Great Life In A Small Town

Welcome to the Pigeon Chamber of Commerce website and home of the Pigeon Summerfest Event

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In 1883, the Pontiac, Oxford, and Port Austin Railroad, a north-south line, had been extended from the south up to Caseville and a depot was built in a small settlement called Berne, (a mile north of Pigeon).

Around 1886, the Saginaw, Tuscola and Huron Railroad built tracks through a tamarack swamp in Western Huron County and crossed the north-south P.O.& P line at a point one mile south of Berne. This railroad crossing became known as Berne junction.

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The Cooperative Elevator Company supplies commodities grown in the Pigeon area to major food suppliers all over the world. While we here in Pigeon are proud of our agricultural heritage, we have much more to offer residents and visitors. Our rural setting offers safe, well maintained, friendly neighborhoods tucked beneath the canopies of towering oaks, elms and maples. A place where you can still enjoy the delightful sounds of song birds and the distant ringing of church bells. 
Our rural setting offers safe, well maintained, friendly neighborhoods tucked beneath the canopies of towering oaks, elms and maples
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The breathtaking splendor of Lake Huron is just a few miles away, offering endless opportunities for boating, sailing, water skiing, fishing and swimming. There is nothing quite like enjoying a quiet walk on a sandy beach while savoring a spectacular sunrise or sunset. Hunting and fishing abound for the year round sportsman for small game and whitetail deer.
There are several superb 18 hole golf courses in the area for golfing enthusiasts. The fun and adventure does not end when the weather turns cold. Our crisp and snowy winters create the perfect conditions for snowmobiling, sledding, cross-country-skiing, and ice-fishing across beautiful vistas of snow and ice covered landscape.