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Meet Brooke Johnson

March 2024

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“I founded Tumbleweed Travel Co with a simple goal: to make planning a family road trip as effortless as booking an all-inclusive vacation. The intricate details involved in navigating RVs, campgrounds, routes, and reservations can make road trips seem overwhelming to plan. Yet, once on the road, these adventures offer unparalleled opportunities for bonding, exploring breathtaking national parks, and relishing the freedom of the open road. Our mission is to eliminate the need for excessive planning, research, and expertise required for multifaceted trips. We take on the logistical work so that our clients can fully enjoy the experience without any added stress.”

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The Ultimate Albuquerque Bucket List

June 2023

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“You don’t have to travel far to check a unique National Monument off your list,” shares Brooke Johnson, founder of Tumbleweed Travel Co. “Located in  Albuquerque city limits is the Petroglyph National Monument, stretching 17 miles along the city’s West Mesa. This volcanic basalt escarpment dominates the western horizon of Albuquerque and is home to over 24,000 images created by Puebloans, Navajos, and early Spanish settlers over the past 200 to 700 years. The monument encompasses four separate areas, including Boca Negra Canyon, the Volcano Day Use Trails, Rinconada Canyon, and Piedras Marcadas Canyon. Among these, Rinconada Canyon and Piedras Marcadas Canyon are visitor favorites.”

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Future of Travel – How to plan for 2021 travel in the age of Covid

October 2020

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Brooke Johnson, owner of the RV road trip agency Tumbleweed Travel Co.: “If you want to travel to the National Parks and in an RV, it is best if you plan your trip nine months in advance, and at least six months in advance. Many campgrounds in popular locations (Yellowstone, Yosemite, Zion National Park, etc.) are released six months in advance and sell out immediately. If you cannot plan that early, four months out can also work.”