Digital Safety and Online Scouting Activities

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Cub Scout Summer Challenge

Details coming soon!

Not Your Typical ScoutsBSA Summer Camp

The Washington Crossing Council is joining forces with the Susquehanna Council, Iroquois Trail Council, Five Rivers Council, Juniata Valley Council and Mayflower Council to provide a virtual summer camp program for ScoutsBSA.

Although we can’t gather together for summer camp, we are proud to bring the camp to you!  For the low price of $135, we will ship you a box of everything that you’ll need for the week and you’ll be ready for the action!Registration gets you access to 5 Merit Badge or Rank Advancement Sessions, camp shirt, patch, camp swag, and ALL THE FUN!!!
Registration information is available at

Scouting at Home 

Check back regularly and let your friends know about theses great options for at-home fun and learning for Scouting families and non-Scouting families alike.

Click the logos below to find new program specific activities and new 30 day challenges.

Looking for Merit Badges? 

Our friends at Heart of America Council have an online program open to all scouts. Participation is easy. Select out-of-council under districts and then enter Washington Crossing Council.

30 Day Challenge

Introducing the 30-Day Cub Scout Challenge, a great way to keep your Scouting skills sharp without leaving home.
Packed full of adventure and elective requirements, use this daily checklist as a roadmap to rank advancement.

Scouts BSA 30 Day Challenge

Help your Scout keep their skills sharp by taking on our 30-day challenge to help with adventure and elective requirements. Merit badge requirements that can be worked on at home. Click logo to access challenge.
Check with your ScoutMaster for approval before starting a new merit badge. Courtesy of Hawkeye Council, BSA

Scouting Adventures presents #SeaScoutingAtHome

In order to cure your Cabin Fever, NER Area 5 presents #VenturingOutOfCabinFever

Courtesy of Central Florida Council, BSA