Many of us tow Jeep Wranglers behind our motorhomes. To be safe, you need to check the towing specifications listed in your Georgetown chassis owner's manual, as well as the rating of the hitch. According to Jeep, a base 2014 Wrangler Unlimited 4 door weighs 4231 pounds. You didn't specify a model year for the Jeep, but the weight has remained about the same since it was introduced in 2007.
Aside from a suitable hitch on the motorhome, you will also need a tow bar, baseplate (or a new Jeep front bumper that accepts a tow bar), and a braking system for the Jeep. I use an NSA ReadyBrute tow bar with a built-in surge brake, and a Blue Ox baseplate for towing my Jeep Wrangler 2 door. There are many different tow products to choose from, but this works well for me. You will also need to wire the turn signal and brake lights on the Jeep for towing. There are several options available for the lights such as connecting the existing bulbs, adding new bulbs to the tail lights, or even using add on lights.
2010 Georgetown 373
2013 Jeep Wrangler