DULUTH, MINN. -

Labor day marks the end of summer with that temperatures will be dropping and trees will be changing colors.

Over at Jay Cooke State Park, fall is their busiest time of the year and this year is shaping up to be a promising one.

It's been a rainier year this year. The more rain that you get typically you'll get a better fall color season with it. So if we get that with some warmer days and cooler evenings that should really make the fall colors pop," said Ty Gangelhoff, the assistant manager.

Most places have only begun to see the changes fall brings but leaves should begin to lose their green by the end of the month.