The Bollbrücke dolmen, which was probably already destroyed in the Bronze Age, is an extended dolmen. It is located in a round hill in the forest near Parkentin in the Rostock district in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany. It dates back to the Neolithic, and belongs to the funnel beaker culture (3500–2800 BCE). The Bollbrücke dolmen has the Sprockhoff no. 340.
The slightly trapezoidal chamber consisted of three supporting stones on each of the long sides and one endstone on the wide narrow side. The access area is destroyed. The only remaining capstone has 22 bowls. During the excavations of 1882 by Robert Beltz (1854–1942) reburies from the late Bronze Age were found.