I agree with others...that trailer with a mid-sized pickup is not a good match.
I think the Tacoma listed has a 127" wheelbase. A rule of thumb (but not written in stone) is to divide the TV wheelbase in inches by 5, and that would be the maximum suggested total trailer length in feet a trailer........and that would be for a full sized vehicle. A 127" full sized vehicle should probably stick to a 25' or less overall length trailer.
The tongue weight is going to probably be in the 600 lb. plus area. Many of the mid sized trucks do not have hitches that handle that kind of weight, even when using a WDH. There should be a sticker on the hitch with the stated weights. Plus, can the Tacoma handle that extra weight of 600 lbs. ??? Bunk house indicates children. Load up the family and pets, expected camping gear (firewood, bikes, canoe, etc) and head to the local quarry or landfill and see what how much everything weighs, without a trailer. . My bet is that hanging another 600 lbs. on the back end would be over the GVWR, and probably be over the GCWR as well when pulling a loaded trailer.
A V6 is gonna struggle getting a conventional trailer trailer down the road due to wind resistance....and that is before you hit hills.
Chap , DW Joy, and Fur Baby Sango
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