Along the Lackawaxen River between Hawley and Honesdale, Pennsylvania river locks and train tracks stand as a testament to both Pennsylvania’s and America’s rich, small-town history. With a deep respect for the character of historic Lock 31, Woodland Design Associates created an historical site master plan, offering access to the grounds through wayfinding trails and passive recreation. The project included subsequent development of ADA parking facilities and access. Woodland Design Associates continues to be involved with the property, providing grant support for funding of additional elements. In 2020 a pavilion and access were added to the grounds.