The nearest campground to Burstall is at Sandy Point Park in Alberta. There is also a campground in Leader Saskatchewan.
Just east of the Saskatchewan-Alberta border on highway 321, is the town of Burstall, whose success is derived largely from the gas industry, with 5 large plants within 10 minutes of the town. Wheat and cattle farming are the other main industries. The Great Sandhills and Sandy Point Park play host to a wide variety of wildlife, such as moose, Richardson ground squirrel, prairie rattler, antelope, coyote and many more. Summer Slam is the end-of-June slo-pitch tournament and features nightly concerts and daily beer garden with games and karaoke, the proceeds of which fund the many recreational outlets in this small town. There is a pipeline suspension bridge to view as well as the gas field equipment so prevalent in the area. And the cactus sculpture, built for Burstall's 75th anniversary, highlights the importance of both the gas industry and the native prairie pastures in the town's past, present and future.
- Great Sandhills, wildlife viewing
- Sandy Point Park
- Summer Slam slo-pitch tournament
- gas pipeline suspension bridge
- gas field equipment displays
- cactus sculpture