I f you arrive on weekday or even a Friday morning early, you should be able to get a non-reservable site at Grundy. We camp there every Aug.long weekend,busiest of the year,there are vacant non-reservable sites unused.
Killarney is nice but only about a dozen or so sites large enough to accomidate your trailer,it's booked faster than the other parks.
Blind Bay section of Killbear is mostly non-reservable,likely something open.
With all of the parks, arriving on a weekday is your best option,to get a site.
Sunrae, Book 5 months in advance from your arrival date ie: book in Feb. for July.Phone lines and online open at 7am ,be ready. set up an account with Ont.Parks before booking. The ressie. service has pictures of the camp sites online. No other parks on GB close by.
Jim PEI, You will need a physical signed by a doctor,$80-$100 dollars,
$85.00 to write the test,cost includes actual driver exam.
The drive test sites are busy, book your drive test as soon as you can.
Circle check,Start the motor home check all gauges, wipers,defrost fan,hi-low indicater & horn.
Shut off engine, place a stick between brake pedal and seat, turn on left signal.Exit vehicle, tell the examiner that you are checking tire presures,lug nuts lights signals.Fuel cap is tight. Mud flaps are secure.
The engine will be hot from driving to the the test centre,but you have show the examiner that you know where and how check all fluid levels,so point to each and identify oil, dipstick, trans fluid,collant,power steering fluid levels. Turn on the right signal to verify it works.
The main thing during the exam is to keep talking telling the examiner what you are doing.
This take about 15-20 mins.
If you don't pass the circle check portion you will not be going for a road test.
Really not that difficult, just takes some time