Staenberg Kooper Fellman Campus

JCC Goldstein Family Aquatic Center

The Goldstein Family Aquatic Center is CLOSED for the season. Click here to view hours for our indoor facility.

Our beautiful outdoor aquatic facility is open late May – mid September.

Water Features

AQUA PLAY UNIT
& DUMP BUCKET
 

SPLASH PAD  

LEISURE POOL
&
 ZERO DEPTH ENTRY AREA
  

LAP POOL 
Children with green swim bands are allowed in the deep end.
 Children with yellow swim bands are only allowed in the shallow end. 
Children with red bands are not allowed in the lap pool unless they are within arm’s reach of an adult.


LAZY RIVER 
Available for those with yellow or green swim band.
 Children with red bands are not allowed in the lazy river unless they are  within arm’s reach of an adult.

WATER SLIDE  
Children must be 48″ tall to use. The water slide is available to those with green swim bands.

AQUA CLIMBING WALL  
*Climbing Wall use will alternate with diving board use every hour.
 The climbing wall is available to those with green swim bands

DIVING BOARD
* Diving board use will alternate with climbing wall use every hour.
 The diving board is available to those with green swim bands.

NEW! Receive Instant Pool Notifications On Your Phone
Pool closures can happen quickly due to inclement weather. Stay in the know. Download and install the Omaha JCC app to receive instant pool schedule notifications on your phone! The app is FREE and easy to use. Remember to allow for “push notifications” to receive the updates. Learn more…

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We extend our sincerest gratitude to the Goldstein Family, Michael Staenberg, Tom Fellman, and Howard Kooper for making this vision a reality.

You Belong Here

The Jewish Community Center has been a big part of Omaha for more than eight decades! We opened our doors in 1926 and still, today continue to serve everyone in the community with our state-of-the-art facilities, outstanding programs, and dedicated staff. We’ve been here in the past, we’re here today and we’ll be here tomorrow.