Beacon Health & Fitness Granger

3221 Beacon Parkway
Granger, IN 46530

Monday - Friday 5:00 am - 9:00 pm, Saturday, Sunday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm

(574) 647-8460

Give us a try and experience the Beacon difference for yourself

Stop by one of our Membership Offices or Information Desks to purchase your VIP Guest Pass today! The pass is good for a one time use of any of our three locations.


Health & Wellness
Haley Fogus

Garlic & Parmesan Grilled Carrots

Carrots are rich in an antioxidant called beta carotene, which not only help limit damage to cells in our eyes but can also be important in keeping our skin healthy and our immune system strong! This summer, look for ways to incorporate more carrots into your meals. Try this recipe to help get you started!

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Haley Fogus

Sunburst Races — Granger

Log a mile with Sunburst Races and support our rehabilitation programs

The second annual Sunburst Races – Granger is Aug. 7. There are 3 divisions for this 1 mile event.

The competitive run is perfect for those looking to achieve their personal best or have their 1 mile professionally timed.

The adaptive athlete division offers a run, walk or roll event inclusive for those with intellectual, developmental or acquired disabilities.

The family walk is great for all ages and fitness levels. Strollers and wagons are permitted.

Run your mile competitively or cruise it casually, it’s about getting outdoors and moving your body while supporting the rehabilitation programs at Memorial Hospital and Beacon Children’s Hospital.

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Haley Fogus

Greek Yogurt Bars

Greek yogurt is not just for breakfast anymore!  Try this super easy recipe that you can even make with the kids while they’re home for the summer!  It’s full of protein, calcium and fruits — a snack or dessert that you can feel great about! 

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Skin Cancer Awareness

Did you know one blistering sunburn in childhood doubles a person’s risk for developing melanoma? Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States. 1 in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime.

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