The longest we've been in our little 24 foot Class C is around 2 weeks. Any longer and we'd be dealing with homicidal impulses. It's too small for long term living, even for a single person. Mostly I found park life rather low-stress and enjoyable. Any really bad problems the parks usually move fast to address them. What I'm wondering is if there's anything that wears on your nerves after being a full timer a while that might not bother you vacation camping? What issues wear you down over time or did you find a niche with your gypsy lifestyle? Does the typical ambient noise of a campground ever get to you? Especially in the summer? Do you ever get nostalgic for a home base? We can always drop the 5th wheel near family and hang out with them. So we can visit permanence if we miss it. Once we sell this place we'll have no bills, other than what we incur for space rental, even our cell phones are pre-paid. We have enough money coming in to cover those comfortably. So money won't be a stress.