The task at-hand is drying everything before mold and mildew begin to grow. Fans and heat are your friends for drying things. Then you must exhaust the humid air out of the RV or it will saturate everything stuffed, like sofas, mattress, well-anything padded.
Hopefully you are parked where outside temperatures permit opening windows for air circulation to remove the humid warm air.
Is it possible or practical to pull the slide partially in so you may direct heated air under the slide? An old hair dryer lying on the floor directed under the slide might be enough to dry out the carpet before mold begins to grow.
I just went through this with our MH. A city water fitting cracked and wet down our slide floor. I did this hair dryer thing and used a small fan to help circulate warm air under the slide for about 4 days (no hair dryer at night for safety, fires happen quickly). Your carpet padding will hold water for a long time, it may take much longer to dry, even if the carpet initially feels dry.
As far as I can determine there is no water damage or mold/mildew.