I think we need to come up with different terms. Camping should involve a tent or at least cloth walls on a popup trailer. If your walls are metal, then it's something else, maybe campering? And if you have a TV and/or microwave, then it's definitely NOT camping. That should be called RVing.
I always referred to RVing as when people had a steering wheel in their camper
Camping to me is sleeping outdoors, away from a roof, tv, and a bed. Not for me...
Me 2 - Rv'ing is an actual vehicle that you drive. A camper is one that you pull behind your own vehicle.
It's funny how terms for even camping are kind of regional. Here, a trailer is what you pull behind your vehicle, and a camper is that unit that sits in the bed of a pickup. Funny. Agree with the RVing thing - we refer to motorhomes as RVs too.
I agree with your terminology