This is the old arguement about how much grease to put in wheel bearings.
The "experts" always say that you only have to pack the bearings, leaving the hub cavity dry. This might work, as long as you don't put many miles on, and repack them every 6 months or so.
I have always hand packed the hubs as full as I can get them, similar to pumping 50 strokes into the Easy-Lubes, and I have never, EVER, had a wheel bearing failure.
So on my Easy-Lube Al-KOs, even before I left the dealer, I pumped grease into the hubs until it started to push out, and it took a lot of grease! It was a warm day, and I took my time, so I was not worried about pushing a seal out.
And unless you put a whack of miles on your camper, the grease will last for years with only the odd squirt here and there. It doesn't have to be changed every year. Heck, the old style car front wheel bearings would last for ten years without being touched, and that's because most people didn't even know they existed!