That Jeep is pretty sturdy. We used a '91 Cherokee and '76 Bonair(7'6")tent trailer all over BC, Alberta, Sask, and Yukon. Every spring I would rebuild or modify something. 3 kids,1 lab plus the wife and I. Mostly forest service rec sites.
Trailer,limit yourself to about #2000 empty.Less if you can.13" wheels and electric brakes,very important.
Jeep, switch over to synthetics, engine oil,I think the tranny is already, and 80/140 oil for the rear end. Add a tranny oil cooler. Keep the 3.7 cool. It will break down oil if she gets hot(loaded)thus the syn. Oil breaks down,engine breaks down.
This is kind of an old thread (April 2012), but you said on 4/23 that you had a couple of months before your purchase. If you haven't found something yet, check out CampLite by Livin' Lite (http://www.livinlite.com/).
My wife and I faced the same problem: what can you tow with a mid-sized SUV. Purchased a 16' CampLite and are towing with a Toyota Highlander (lower capacity than you report your Jeep as having). No problems so far. Love the TT. Only problem may be finding a used one. They are fairly new and there is not much on the used market.
Very best wishes in every respect . . . continued health, as well as for all the camping you want to do. As another post said, I think, you can never be outdoors too much or too often.
Richard & Susan
Richard & Susan Peck
CampLite 16BHB, Toyota Highlander 3.0 V6
Camped in 2012 to Date (Oct 2012): 75