Wolf Road 

Just outside Albany City limits in the Town of Colonie, you'll find Wolf Road, a prime lodging, shopping and work destination for the entire Capital Region and beyond!  

Conveniently located close to Albany International Airport and the Adirondack Northway (Interstate 87), Wolf Road is home to some of the area's finest hotels; the region's second largest shopping mall; and a variety of local and chain restaurants, including high-end eateries not found elsewhere in the region. It has several office parks, offering businesses an accessible alternative close to downtown with plenty of parking.

Wolf Road is close to a variety of local attractions, including the Shaker Heritage Society, America's first Shaker settlement, and Pruyn House. It is also centrally located for sightseeing adventures in downtown Albany, a thrilling trip to the racetrack at Saratoga Springs, or a day of play at the casinos in Schenectady and Saratoga.

Local historians believe Wolf Road's origins may be connected to John Wolf Kemp, who settled there in the late 18th century. It evolved slowly from farm country to semi-rural suburban neighborhood with a few family businesses. Today, Wolf Road is the heart of the region, and Albany's busiest commercial corridor.

Travelers, diners, professionals, shoppers and other visitors to the region all eventually find their way to Wolf Road. You should, too. You'll be glad you did. 

Restaurants & Attractions Near Wolf Road

Colonie Center Mall

Colonie Center, a 1.3 million square-foot enclosed two-level, regional shopping center with over 100 specialty stores, is at the... More 

The Crossings of Colonie

Whether you're a town resident looking for an extraordinary setting in which to walk, bike, fly a kite or enjoy a relaxing picnic... More 

Buca di Beppo

Buca di Beppo is an authentic Italian restaurant that offers flavorful Italian dining. Dine with family and friends while enjoying... More 

Nothing Bundt Cakes

To find the perfect recipe, you first need the perfect ingredients. And that's what our founders Dena Tripp and Debbie Shwetz were... More 

Shaker Heritage Society

Site of America's first Shaker settlement. A unique, peaceful, historic setting featuring the 1848 Meeting House, 1915 Barn,... More 


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