Hythe is very active in tourism. The Village of Hythe operates the tourist booth along Highway 43 on a volunteer basis and with the help of a summer student.
The Sunderman log Tack Shop (1910) and the Toleff Omlid House (1917) which was originally a home built for a mail order bride but is now the present Historical Centre/Tourist Booth. (Unfortunately the groom missed the bride and the house was never lived in.)
The Hythe Campground:
The Hythe Municipal Campground has a good reputation with visitors along the Alaska Highway corridor. It provides visitors with 20 Full Service Sites (Back ins 15x 30), 5 Other sites. Two shelters, Firepits, Firewood - free, 15-30 Amps, Water - tap, RV dumping station . Washroom facilities, including hot showers, in a vintage Northern Alberta Railway cabooses .
Campground is open May - October. Rates: Nightly $20, Weekly $125 and monthly $500. Tents in the tenting area with no power are $10 per night. There is a $5.00 fee for non-campers using the dump station.
All services in townsite including groceries, restaurants, coin-op laundry, car wash, covered swimming pool, doctors, pharmacy, mechanics, gasoline, etc.
In Hythe there is also a privately owned year round RV Site - Oasis RV Site with 30 all service pull-thru stalls. Contact Al Greber 780-814-0071 for more information.