Santa’s Mailbox accepting letters outside Fayetteville Visitors Center

Santa’s mailbox / Photo: Dustin Bartholomew

We don’t have his email address. We’re not sure if he accepts text messages. We’re not even positive we have his correct address at the North Pole, but if you have a message you need to get to old Santa Claus, we’ve heard of at least one sure-fire way to get in touch with him.

A dropbox for letters to Santa has been established on the Fayetteville square, just outside the Fayetteville Visitors Center at 21 S. Block Ave. It’s just to the south of the entrance of the center, near the corner of Mountain Street.

From a Facebook post about the dropbox:

Santa’s itching to write some letters but his mailbox isn’t getting enough love!

Can you help Santa find the holiday spirit of Fayetteville?

Anyone is welcome to pen a letter to Jolly Old Saint Nicholas, but he especially loves to hear from the little ones!

Residents can bring their own letters, or if needed, stop into the center for supplies to write one while they’re checking out Lights of the Ozarks during open hours. The center is also open late when Santa is visiting the square.

The dropbox is open 24/7, through Christmas. For more info, check out the Facebook post.