Parks

Bellamy Park a memorial to Mr. Raymond Bellamy, Sr.
Forest Road & Cheverly Avenue

Boyd Park playground, basketball courts, ball fields, tennis courts, barbecue grills, a three-acre nature/fitness trail with exercise equipment stations, and (pavilion - available for reservation by residents only at the Town office.)
State Street & 64th Avenue

Cheverly-East Neighborhood Park playground, basketball courts, ball fields, tennis court.
6600 Block of Oak Street

Cheverly-Euclid Neighborhood Park playground, basketball courts, ball fields, tennis courts.
Euclid Street & Crest Avenue

Cheverly-Tuxedo Park playground, basketball courts, soccer field, softball field, and picnic tables.
Belleview Avenue & Arbor Street

Gast Park (Cheese Park) playground
Parkway & Inwood Street
No Dogs Allowed

Legion Park memorial to those who died in military service.
Forest Road & Cheverly Avenue

Magruder Spring Park location of Magruder Spring, also known as Cheverly Spring. These springs were used by the British in 1814 as they marched on Washington. Both Magruder Spring and Crawford's Adventure Spring were designated in 1980 as Prince George's County Historic Resources.
Cheverly Avenue & Arbor Street

Nature Park woodland area containing Crawford's Adventure Spring. These springs were used by the British in 1814 as they marched on Washington. Both Magruder Spring and Crawford's Adventure Spring were designated in 1980 as Prince George's County Historic Resources.
Crest Avenue & Lockwood Road

Town Park playground, ball fields, basketball courts, tennis courts, barbecue grills, and pavilion (available for reservation by residents only at the Town office.)
6401 Forest Road

Woodworth Park playground, nature trail
Wayne Place & Cheverly Park Drive

For an extensive listing of activities and events scheduled through Prince George's Parks & Recreation, visit their website: Prince George's County Parks & Recreation.