in addition to all the engine stuff, you need to get the house section in shape. The house batteries are almost certainly as dead as the vehicle battery. There are usually two, often in a compartment under the steps inside the door.
And you likely have nasties growing in the water system:
Drain the water heater, and find the water line drains (they’re in the basement somewhere). After it stops draining water, flip the pump on briefly to eject water from there. Close all the drains.
Now put a quarter cup of bleach per 15 gallon freshwater tank capacity into a bucket, fill it with water, and pour it into the freshwater tank, then fill the tank with fresh water.
Open all the faucets, hot and cold (don’t forget the outside shower) and flip the pump on. Run it until you smell chlorine at every faucet. Close all the taps, turn of the pump, and drive it around for a few minutes to slosh the water in the fresh tank. Now let it sit for a day, then drain the whole system, fill it with fresh, and run all the faucets again until you don’t smell bleach.
You’ll probably also need to get the generator serviced because the carb is probably gummed up with stale gas at this point.
And have all of the propane lines inspected for leaks before you run the furnace, water heater, refrigerator, or range.
And before you do anything any of us listed, have the roof checked, especially if it’s a rubber roof. If it’s got a tear or cut anywhere, inspect the whole coach for water damage, and if you find any, sell the thing now and hope the buyer doesn’t care.