The Larchmont Shore Club's Clubhouse was built in 1906 as the private residence of Aimee Crocker. Miss Crocker was the youngest daughter of Judge E.B. Crocker, the founder of the Southern Pacific Railroad. Today, the Larchmont Shore Club is a home away from home for more than 500 member families who enjoy a broad array of activities across the Club's 7 acres, such as: Dining, Beach and Pool, Tennis, Sailing, Children's Summer Activities, and Bowling. As you look across the Sound you see the North Shore of Long Island, offering a distant view of Oyster Bay to the extreme left and Port Washington to the right.