We were full-timers for 5.5 years. We started out with two greyhounds, but Scout died in our 3rd year. Before we went full-time, we camped quite a bit. All of our greys have loved it. We did have some issues with some parks not allowing large dogs, so that was probably our biggest problem.
Our last RV had a generator that would kick on if the power went out, so that was nice. We have just started camping in a van with our greyhound. We purchased a pet cam for the van so that we can check on him when we are not there. We have it positioned so that we can see the thermometer that we placed on the wall. We are headed out next week for two weeks and then we are going for a long trip from August - October. It is a 20' van, so it is really tiny. Jaxson did great on a test run last week.
My advice is to always go out of the RV first. We would walk down the steps backwards and they would follow. I have seen many dogs run down the steps with their person behind them. It is dangerous for all. I met a lady whose Golden had run down the steps first and fell through the steps. He ended up loosing that leg. I am not trying to scare you, but just inform you. If you go down first, you can control their speed. Oh and our girl Scout, she never would go up the steps without us lifting her butt to the first step.