A big topic recently in the RV'r magazines discussed camping ethics. It discussed things like letting your campfire smoke drift into another campers area and so on. But there is more to it than that.
Full time RV'rs need to set the example for all others. This means not doing things that non-rv'rs will associate with all the rest of us. One of the most notable acts I've seen is when some guy with a huge rig pulls into a Wal-Mart or some other parking lot and puts out all his slides, his awning, lawn chairs and so on and sits there with a drink in his hand watching customers come in and out. There is a place for that but it's not in a public parking lot. It's this kind of visibility that has caused the rest of us to loose respectability and the opportunity of pulling into these areas when on the road.
All RV'rs need to take responsibility to set a good example, whether we are in a public campground, boon docking in a remote site with no hookups, or even just traveling down the highway.