Kilmer Park, the newest of Cheverly's parks, was purchased by the town in 2015 and annexed in 2017. Through a public process, citizens made many suggestions for uses within the park. There is a dog waste station, and many who have already taken the survey walk their dogs in the park. Cub Scouts have helped plant berry bushes along the sidewalk. We hope that will be the beginning of a food garden within the park whose produce will be available to all. There is already a fruiting persimmon tree. The park is open to pedestrians, with limited street parking. It is closed to vehicles.