Welcome to the world of off-roading! You could be heading down a very fun, but might I say expensive hobby. You're in just the right place to enjoy some wonderful trails.
First, I'd say you need to get familiar with Jeep trail ratings so you can determine the terrain. Trails are rated just like ski runs:
Green dot (1-2): Trails that may not require 4WD in all places.
Blue square (3-5): Requires 4WD at all times. 4-LO is necessary in spots. Challenging to drivers new to off-roading.
Yellow Triangle (6-7): Same as blue square, except that it's challenging for all drivers.
Black Diamond (8-9): Extra high clearance required. Lockers and taller tires with a lift are helpful. Highly likely you'll get stuck.
Double Black (10): Toughest 4x4 found in the USA.
I'd say with certainty that you will not want to touch black diamonds until you're willing to change your stance on rock-crawling 😉
Off-road driving knowledge and experience is way more important than the equipment you have. You can easily roll your rig on a green or blue without proper training. Knowing your rig's limits is very important to avoid damage. I learned everything by going on numerous trips with experienced off-roaders. I've found the off-road community to be one of the most inclusive. It's easy to find people willing to teach newcomers.
Feel free to answer some of these questions. Then I can give you more guidance on where to go and what you need.
What's the max trail rating you want to attempt in say your first year of off-roading?
Do you have lockers (locking differential) and what's your tire size?
How much time do you want to spend on the trails? Would half day, all day, or multi-day be your max? Are you willing to drive a few hours to great trails?