Welcome to Lakes and Hills Publications

Lakes & Hills Publications is a publisher and tourism development company promoting tourism for the “Lakes & Hills Region” of the Texas Hill Country. Our goal is to utilize printed materials, commercial website marketing and a state-wide tourism coalition to maximize our marketing efforts. The company publishes a regional tourism guide that is distributed in 223 major Texas cities throughout the state and nationally through the TXDOT Travel Centers. With a circulation of 150,000, the "Lakes & Hills Tourism Guide" has become one of the most widely distributed travel guides in Texas and one of the most popular books distributed by the TXDOT Travel Centers. This colorful guide is also published on-line at www.lakesandhillsvacations.com . Take a “virtual” tour of our region and discover one of the best vacation destinations in Texas.

The company organized and leads a state-wide tourism coalition consisting of tourism-related businesses, attractions, sponsors and 223 Texas Chambers/Visitors Centers to promote our Lakes and Hills Region. Coalition members/advertisers enjoy additional marketing benefits such as targeted direct mail marketing, website cross marketing, statewide trade show representation, networking and opportunities to participate in regional vacation package promotions.

The fifth edition of the "Lakes & Hills Tourism Guide" is scheduled for delivery in the first quarter 2011. If you are a tourism related business, or interested in sponsoring a tourist attraction and would like to participate in our tourism coalition, please contact us for additional information.

Lakes and Hills Vacations

Welcome to the "Lakes & Hills" region of the beautiful Texas Hill Country...

Located 45-60 miles northwest of Austin and 40-60 miles north of Fredericksburg, Burnet and Llano Counties are home to some of the most beautiful vacation destinations in Texas. Better know as the upper region of the Central Texas "Highland Lakes", Lake Buchanan, Inks, Lake LBJ and Lake Marble Falls are four of the most beautiful in the state.