When we go to the Bruce Peninsula, we like to stay at Summer House Park, on Miller Lake. Maybe 20 minutes from Tobermorey. They have a small beach, boat rentals, etc. And most of the sites are in the woods. Totally recommend this park.
I have had to do some of the major mechanical things to my '06
Dreaded manifold leak, solenoids for the variable valve phasers, 4 broken spark plugs while changing them at 100,000km, and rebuilding the limited slip clutch pack
Rear brakes were done at 100,000km, front brakes at 160,000km
Tires changed at 85000km, and 200,000km
Battery replaced at 200,000km
Rear shocks at 170,000km
I guess doing 80% highway helps with increasing some lifespan on some things.
I had Goodyear Wrangler Silent Armors on my 2x F-150 and thought they were pretty good. Only rated for 80,000km but I was able to get 115,000 out of them and had not got to the wear bars. I put regular Goodyear Wranglers on the truck this year before the snow hit as my Goodyear dealer told me that the Silent Armors were being discontinued.
If it really matters, my '06 F-150 runs at 190 F water temp normally and the trans at 140-150 F. I have only had the trans go over 200 F once. I hit 205F towing on the flats into a strong head wind. Normal towing would be 160-170 F.
At home, I leave the bars and hitch head on the floor in the garage.
While camping, I store the bars across the A-frame and the hitch head in the trailer coupler. I do use a hitch lock on the coupler, so the head cannot disappear.
I really don't think you will have any problems. We pull our '07 232 with our '06 F150 which will soon have 200,000km's on it.
Out tongue weight is almost 800lbs, heavier than I thought it should be, but it could have been weighed with the water tank full.
We use a 1000/10,000 Equal-i-zer hitch.