This study investigated the effects of dendrite axis and fusion boundary (FB) on the stress corrosion cracking (SCC) of 308 L/304 L welds by using an alternating current potential drop (ACPD) technique to measure the SCC growth rates in a simulated boiling water reactor environment. The results show that the ferrite/austenite interfaces are more susceptible to SCC in the SS 308 L welds. Furthermore, the angle between the applied load and the dendrite axis affects the SCC growth rate, and as this angle approached 90°, the SCC crack growth rate increases. The SCC cracks in the heat affected zone (HAZ) are mainly intergranular and some cracks propagate transgranularly. Furthermore, the primary crack in the HAZ propagates along the FB; when reaching FB, some secondary cracks are arrested at the FB. The residual strain caused by weld shrinkage is the crucial factor for the increase in SCC susceptibility in HAZ.