Labor Day may have passed us by, but that doesn't mean vacation season is over. 

A new forecast from found that 65 percent of all travelers have a fall domestic getaway planned, 79 percent of whom intend to travel in September, the busiest autumn travel month. With social-distancing-friendly vacations in demand, TripAdvisor found 54 percent of respondents are considering a road trip, and 61 percent are thinking about outdoor or nature-focused vacations.

Many Americans are avoiding flying or long-distance vacations amid the coronavirus pandemic, and hitting the open road will likely be a preferred option for some for the foreseeable future. And hitting the open road with an RV or camping trailer is growing in popularity

To help determine which trailers and RVs are the best overall for a pandemic road trip, GOBankingRates sourced information from a number of industry publications across a wide range of price categories. The comprehensive list of outstanding camper, trailer, van and motorhome options was then ranked in order from the lowest sticker price to the highest.

While a number of options with prices in the six figures unsurprisingly made the list, there are also plenty of good, value-priced transport options available, including five campers or trailers with MSRPs of below $40,000. If those choices are too feature-lean for your tastes, consider one of the higher-end RVs, some of which cost as much as a beach house in some towns.

Check out the full article from USA Today here.