Place the letter in an envelope addressed to: Santa Claus, North Pole.
The national program has been around for more than 35 years, and in that time answers to more than 160 million letters have been mailed.
"Children have been sending some lovely messages and requests in to Santa", says Tina Morgan.
For the past decade and a half, children 10 years of age and younger have written to Santa via his North Pole correspondents at parks and rec. The USPS recommends writing on the back of the child's letter to save paper and so your child can see what they originally wrote. "Our boutique is committed to creating an experience where people remember what it feels like to be a kid again, and we want to make sure the kids of our community have the same opportunity to have fun and enjoy the holidays during their childhood".
The log cabin, which is about 2,500 square feet, has three bedrooms and two bathrooms and sits on 25 acres at the North Pole. "We've sent letters to California and Texas".
SANTA'S MAILBOX: Mia and Charlie Garemyn post their letters to Santa.
"It's free of charge and something kids can participate in that isn't a huge cost to the parents", Adams said.
The small-town post office, the only one in the world with the Santa Claus name, receives more than 400,000 pieces of mail in December.
New Zealand Post is working with the Blind Foundation and children can opt to be sent a response from Santa in large text or braille. When it finally arrives, Adams pictures each child's response. Another wished Santa a safe journey and said she didn't mind what she got ... but if Santa had a spare scooter, she would really like a red one.