Pilgrim Place is a 32-acre community where tree-lined streets accentuate beautiful Southern California architecture and style and landscaping increasingly expresses awareness of issues of sustainability and water use through plantings of native plants and succulents alongside traditional “back-east” lawns and shrubs.  In all, there are currently more than a dozen central facilities located on the campus. A full continuum of care is available to all residents. Residents live in one- to three-bedroom cottages or apartments upon entering Pilgrim Place. Pitzer Lodge is the campus' assisted-living facility offering studios and apartments under the supervision of a full-time licensed director. The Health Services Center is a fully-licensed, 68-bed Skilled Nursing Facility also located on the Pilgrim Place campus.