CCA owns 600 acres of upland desert land surrounding the Hot springs Wash near Cascabel. This land provides the basis for the solitary retreat program, with a strawbale hermitage and a tent/ramada combination as sites for retreats. This property is under the Saguaro-Juniper Covenant and a conservation easement with The Nature Conservancy.
CCA is also joint owner of the 130-acre Baicatcan property at the confluence of the San Pedro River and Hot Springs Wash. This property is under a conservation easement to protect both its ecological values and its extensive archaeological sites. It provides a convenient site for group camping, educational events, and is the site of the CCA Community Garden.