We've camped in a number of different ways, Lynn,
the tent-trailer (crank style) was a kind of nightmare.
The camper was just a small shell, totally minimal. No good.
The Aloha trailer was very nice, but we ran out of funds and sold it.
is a lot like the Aloha, hitching and unhitching, towing, packing for balance, etc...the usual
The easiest was the conversion van, a 1-ton Chevy van with a fiberglass top so you could walk around upright, a tiny stove, sink, furnace
, and 3-way fridge
...we modified the table area/bed area to make a smaller permanent bed and a tiny sitting area with a little folding table between one seat on each side of the van.
You'd just pull in and park, and voila. If you felt it wasn't level, you could keep backing and edging until you found a good position. It was pretty darn easy.
Maybe a van would do you better than towing something.
And LOTS of good advice about taking this slow and seeking further assistance right where you are...LOTS of really GOOD advice.
Wishing you all the very BEST.