First and best place to look is your owners manual. Capability of a vehicle to tow is not subjective or experiential, it is specifications determined by the manufacturer. These specs are to ensure vehicle reliability and your safety.
Looking online on page 398 of the Caravan owners manual it says max gross trailer weigh for the 3.3 is 1800 lbs with 180 lb tongue weight. Dry weight of an Escape 17 is 1800 lbs with a tongue weight of 250. Sounds like empty it is too heavy for that tow vehicle.
Double check these specification in your owners manual
The Escape 17A is spec'ed at 1900 lbs. dry weight. The 17B is heavier. Our 17A loaded for camping, with 2 full propane tanks, and 20 gal. of water, is about 2500-2700 lbs., with about 350 lbs. on the tongue.
Don & Teresa
2015 17A: 2011 Honda Pilot
In Orbe Terrum Non Visi / RLTW
Towing with an undersized/underrated tow vehicle is no fun. You are probably better suited for one of the smaller 13 foot vintage trailers. And realize factory dry weights are with no options, like no air conditioner, etc.
When we lived near you in Western WA, we needed additional tow capacity due to the number of hills/mountain passes, we camped out. There is some terrific camping in the mountains, but it stresses the tow vehicle quite a bit. A vehicle that may be quite adequate in the flatlands can be not adequate once you get to the mountains. Having a hefty margin to spare makes travel so much more enjoyable.