The wheel typically doesn’t matter so much. The tire does. Typically, in automobiles, the spare isn’t for long term driving and use due to the bologna skin used as an excuse for a tire.
On my pop up, the spare tire was identical to the ones on the axle, though the wheel was ugly steel instead of aluminum. There was no reason whatsoever not to travel with that spare in use ... other than the risk of being stuck if you had another tire blow.
Your trailer may be similar. Check the tire itself. Check the weight rating and the air pressure. If it’s as good as the regular tire carry on ... again, your only risk is that you don’t have a spare tire to use in case of a blow out.
Future RV: Potentially an Eagle HT 284BHOK
Current TV: 2019 F-350 CCSB 4WD SRW 6.7L PSD 3.55, 3,591 lb payload
Fomer RV: 2018 Rockwood Mini Lite 2504S