Kasauli Club, located in the premises of the Indian Army cantonment, was established in 1880. Counted among the esteemed social clubs in India, it takes 15 years of consideration before an individual is accepted as a member of this club. The Club Secretary, an Indian Army personnel, looks after the management of the club.
The most important feature of this club was its woodwork which was destroyed in a fire that took place in 2001. The club comprises two tennis courts, a squash court, card rooms, billiards room and a garden. The place also features a lodging facility. The club is associated with the Dagshai and Subathu cantonments.
Ever since the club was established, a programme called the Kasauli Night has been organised every year during May and June.