You know better, Cindi! It depends! Depends on the type of park, size of the park, the target buyer, etc. If you have a property geared towards families, it will most likely be a plus. Provided that the swing sets and jungle gyms are not right next to your master bedroom window! And, of course, provided that it is not a run down drug infested cesspool of a park. If you have a 1 bedroom/ 1 bath condo that is geared to the single professional, I'm not thinking that a park will be a positive. Everyone likes buffer space from their neighbors, but sometimes it's not really a buffer (i.e. kids playing in the park). In AZ, lots that back to natural washes and open common area generally command higher values because there is not a lot of pedestrian activity. Pretty to look at too. Parks are a wildcard.