A pilot program for kindergarten-aged boys focused on teaching Scouting values while fueling his imagination and creativity. This program is currently available at three select units in the council.

A year-round program designed to meet the needs of young boys and their families through fun and challenging activities designed to promote education, character and physical development.
An outdoor program created to develop character and citizenship, and support fitness in young men.
A program for young men and women designed to help young adults grow into responsible and caring adults through education and recreational experiences.
A co-educational mix of worksite and classroom-based programs that offer career education through role models and hands-on learning by bringing youth and organizations in the community together.
The Mason-Dixon Council, BSA delivers the Scouting program to more than 2,110 youth and their families in Washington County, Maryland and Fulton and southern Franklin Counties in Pennsylvania, with the assistance of nearly 900 registered adult members. Formerly named the Washington Area Council, the Mason-Dixon Council was formed in 1956. The council owns and operates the nationally-accredited Sinoquipe Scout Reservation in Fort Littleton, Pennsylvania, where over 1,600 Scouts created experiences that will last a lifetime in 2017. The council is also home to the Guneukitschik Lodge 317 of the Order of the Arrow.