County Lines has been highlighting the Best of the Delaware Valley for over 47 years. We are the Premier Monthly Guide to the best of Southeastern PA and Northern DE. We are local, lively, with a long shelf-life
An independent monthly lifestyle magazine, County Lines highlights southeast Pennsylvania’s Chester County and its four neighbors: Montgomery, Delaware, Berks and Lancaster Counties as well as New Castle County in Delaware.
In line with its local focus, our magazine has engaging and informative editorial, compelling design and loyal readership. Besides being one of the most widely read magazines in the region, County Lines is also the oldest and most trusted. First appearing in September 1977, it has been continuously published ever since and always dedicated to the region’s rich culture and remarkable heritage.
|Local Dining Guide
|Fine Homes & Design, Schools
|Women Leaders, Medical
|Weddings, Outdoor Dining
|Guide to the Region
|Guide to the Good Life
|Celebrating Chester County
|Shopping & Dining Across County Lines, Schools
|Holiday Shopping, Retirement
|A County Lines Christmas
County Lines is designed for readers who are actively engaged in their community. And we support that community.
From our commitment to using FSC-certified paper (promoting sustainable forestry practices), to our support for countless local organizations, fundraisers and events, we are proud community members and partners.
Recent sponsorships and partnerships include:
|Taste of Phoenixville
|Chester County Antiques Show
|Malvern Fall Fest
|Uptown Knauer Center
|Chester Cty Community Fdn.
|West Chester BID
|Chester County Day
|Natural Lands Trust
|West Chester Chili Cook Off
|Chester County Food Bank
|Paoli Blues Festival
|West Chester Restaurant Fest
|Citadel Country Music Festival
|West Chester Historic Preservation
|DE Antiques Show
|Phila. Antiques Show
|Willistown Conservation Trust
|Radnor Hunt Races
|Kennett Chocolate Fest
|Resident Theatre Company
About 80,000 people read County Lines Magazine in print every month. More read it online and in our digital version on Issuu. And over 28,000 get our twice-monthly Events e-newsletter.
Most of our readers live in Chester County and the immediately surrounding counties. The typical reader is affluent, well educated and community oriented.
Most readers pick up their copies in fine shops and restaurants in our area or at upscale local events. Some copies are sold at area newsstands, in bookstores or by subscription. Many more copies go to the offices of doctors, dentists, lawyers, business executives, community leaders and new area homeowners.
Check our How to Get a Copy page on the home page to learn more.
We offer for-credit editorial/social media internships for college students in the spring, summer and fall semesters. Click here to learn more.