Texas Highways Magazine
Designated the “Official Travel Magazine of Texas” by the Legislature in 1975, Texas Highways has evolved into an award-wining, multimedia brand, reaching over two million Texans and savvy travelers monthly. Top writers and photographers showcase the best of Texas’ people, places, and wide-open spaces. Destinations, attractions, and business mentioned in each issue benefit from the coverage.
Generations of Texans have come to rely on Texas Highways, for good reasons: rigorously fact-checked, a focus on authentic experiences, curated coverage, non-political and positive editorial content, and lots of practical tips to get a trip started.
Frequently featured categories include state and national parks, urban centers and small towns, cultural art venues, statewide events, historical features, accommodation and dining establishments; weekend getaway adventures; photographers and their work; unique Texas products and shopping opportunities; nature tourism excursions; and scenic landscape photography.
Texas Highways produces four monthly digital newsletters that provide additional Texas travel coverage, including popular web stories, road trips, upcoming events, exclusive content, and special discounts. Find out more at Texas Highways newsletters.
The Texas Highways Mercantile features products that celebrate exceptional creativity by highlighting Texas-based artisans and craftspeople. Most of our products are designed and manufactured in the Lone Star State–many of them by hand. We are proud to share what inspires our makers’ creative processes, their journey to small-business ownership, and their favorite places to travel in the state. Don’t Mess with Texas® products.
We are always looking for new makers to work with. If you are interested in selling your product in the Mercantile, email email@example.com
Freelance opportunities: submit a story or photo
We are always looking for the new voices, perspectives, and talent across the state of Texas that will help us fulfill our mission of inspiring travel.
Interested freelancers should start by reviewing our Texas Highways: Freelancer's Guide for more information about our mission, the stories and content we’re looking for, and more.
Story pitches should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Photography-related pitches should be sent to the photo editor at email@example.com.
Print and digital subscriptions are available by going to Texas Highways: subscribe. You may also contact customer service at 1-800-839-4997 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For business owners, we have special rates for bulk and corporate subscriptions. We also work with those who wish to sell copies of the magazine at their place of business. Contact email@example.com for details.
You can manage your subscription account online by going to Texas Highways: manage account. You may also contact customer service at 1-800-839-4997 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Print and digital opportunities are available. Contact AJR Media Group, TexasHighways@AJRMediaGroup.com, 1-800-383-7677.
Get copies of a particular issue
If your business or destination is mentioned in the issue, you will automatically be sent two copies. Limited copies of current and back issues are available in limited quantities. Not all issues are in print. Email email@example.com or call 512-486-5858.
Find Texas Highways on the newsstand
Go to Texas Highways: Where to Find Us or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reprints and other permissions
Articles and photographs appearing in Texas Highways are embargoed for a period of 120 days after the on-sale date of the issue in which they appear. After the embargo period expires, reprint or reuse permission may be granted under certain conditions. All requests must be submitted in writing to email@example.com.