The Aloha Drumlin Field is a ground moraine area that consists of long cigar-shaped hills. Drumlins occur in areas where the thin sheets of ice during the Valders stage, re-advanced over previously formed till plains. The drumlins trend southeastward direction and record the re-advance of the glacier. These streamlined hills can be up to a mile long. Drumlins can be seen from roadways, the property is private.