We rented a cabin. Here is a link to the Chamber of Commerce drummondislandchamber.com - Drummond Island Lodging
This was kind of a last minute decision, so I had a little trouble finding something open, but we were prepared to camp anyway.
There is only 1 road that is not open to ORV traffic, and that is M134. It is the road you come in on off the ferry. We parked the trailer and didn't hook it back up until we left.
We rode the trails for 3 days and didn't come close to riding them all. I think the most mileage we got in one day was about 40, in 6 or 7 hours.
The trails are marked much better than when we were there about 8 years ago, but they have alot of room for improvement. It is very easy to get turned around, even with a GPS.
I am glad I put the stock wheels/tires back on. All but one wheel is dented, or scratched. I haven't gotten underneath to look for damage, but we took quite a few good hits. I'm still pretty impressed with how well the rzr got around. There were alot of times I thought to myself, This ones gonna hurt, but we would just roll over it.
All in all, a great trip.