District Information

Representing 2,280 scouts, over 310 leaders, and countless volunteers annually… we’re here to serve

For more information about events and scouting in the district  — Email us at: info@gmdistrictscouting.org 
To get more information about scouting in the VA, DC, and MD areas go to www.ncac.org

Welcome to the George Mason District, part of the National Capital Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America. Our boundaries are from the city of Falls Church, south along Rt 50, out to and including Fairfax City, up Hunter Mill Road to the Dulles Toll road and then back down to Baileys Cross Roads.

As of 9/30/11, the George Mason District has: 43 Units, 25 Cub Scout Packs, 16 Boy Scout Troops, and 2 venture crews. These unit contain 2,280 total scouts and averages 40-60 Eagle Scouts Annually.

Did you know? A recent survey showed that for every 100 scouts:

  • 2 will become Eagle Scouts
  • 17 will become future Scout volunteers
  • 18 will develop a hobby that will last through their adult life
  • 8 will enter a vocation that was learned through the merit badge system
  • 1 will use his Scouting skills to save his own life
  • 1 will use his Scouting skills to save the life of another person

Did you not contribute this year to FOS or were you unable to attend a presentation?  Don’t worry, if you’re looking to make a donation?  Simply send an email to GeorgeMasonFOS@gmail.com Make sure you Include your name, address, unit type and number, and phone number and amount of donation. No payment information needed, the National Capital Area Council can bill you for your donation




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Unit Contacts

The Adventure starts now! The adventure starts with Cub Scouting, a year-round family program designed for boys in the 1st through 5th grades, or 7 to 10 years of age. The program emphasizes shared leadership, learning about the community, family understanding, character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness. Young boys grow up fast. Give your son a …

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