West Roxbury Parkway is a historic parkway running from Washington Street in Boston, Massachusetts, where it continues south as Enneking Parkway, to Horace James Circle in Brookline, where it continues north as Hammond Pond Parkway. The parkway serves as a connector between Stony Brook Reservation and Hammond Pond Reservation (via Hammond Pond Parkway). West Roxbury Parkway was built in 1919 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.
At the northern end of the Stony Brook Reservation, the parkway runs through Bellevue Hill Park. The boundary roads of Bellevue Hill Park (Bellevue Hill Road, East Border Road, and West Border Road), which flank the parkway, are also listed as contributing properties to the West Roxbury Parkway.
The West Roxbury Parkway also intersects with the Veterans of Foreign War Parkway.