The slide rug is stuffed slightly under the wall. To get it out you will have to use a sharp utility knife. I see you have a 2003 camper. Your slide and mine while different floor plan, is built the same.
See this post as it has many pictures of the carpet, what is under the carpet, the steel metal edge that spans the slide trough and the gap Kitty is talking about.
Slide Floor damage
The carpet can come out fairly easy with the worst being getting the rug wood strip along the wall off. If after looking you are still considering it, I can give you some pointers on how to get that wood strip along the wall up with the 30 some screws in itÖ The gap is something to figure out as the rug spans it. Tile over the gap will have issues unless you create a wood cover that is removable to bring the slide in. Since you are on a seasonal site, it is probably doable. The main slide would have to be built up that cover thickness but again doable. Or you change the carpet to another new one.
I want to also give you a friendly heads up. Your slide is made like mine and there are holes in the black vapor membrane along the edge that allow screws to hold the slide floor up. Those holes can allow water to get in under the vapor barrier can create a mess like I have. Cover up the holes even with duck tape if that is all you have. A product called Flexmend repair tape that I linked you to on my post is a permanent repair tape. The duct tape will only last so long. And before you seal it up, make sure it is not wet above the barrier and the floor soft along the front or rear end of the slide. If water is in there, there is no way for it to get out.
Another friendly recommendation after living thru my fix, when you go home after the camper stay, bring the slide in verses leaving it out. The sun will not beat on the slide seals and the rain will then never be on the slide roof or ever attempting to get in under the slide. I truly believe my damage came from this camper being on a seasonal site or at the dealers lot with the slide open for months on end and no one home. The odds where that much greater for water to get in.
Good luck and hope this helps
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