Low also donated a seven-acre park in Savannah which bears her name. The park (originally part of her family homestead, the remainder of which was developed into the Gordonston neighborhood, which includes a road named Kinzie Avenue after Low's family) has been the center of long-running disputes between Gordonston residents and non-residents as to whether the park was donated to the residents of Gordonston, or to the residents of Savannah at large, even to the point of disagreement over the park's name.  The park figures prominently in Karen Kingsbury's 2013 novel The Chance. The main characters of the book, teenage sweethearts Nolan Cook and Ellie Tucker, meet one last time in the park before Ellie is forced to move away. They write letters to each other and bury them under a large oak tree, and promise to meet again on that same day eleven years later. Though their lives diverge significantly in the interim (Nolan becomes an NBA superstar and is open about his Christian faith; Ellie has lost her faith and becomes a struggling single mother of a daughter named Kinzie -- named after the above-mentioned street where she and Nolan regularly met), the two reunite as promised and ultimately plan to marry, with Ellie regaining her faith as a result.