Proposed Plan Would Limit Activities in Yosemite | Aug 01, 2013 by KQED's Forum published on 2013-08-02T02:06:07Z The National Park Service's plan for the future of Yosemite could mean no more bike or horse rentals, rafting, swimming or ice skating at the park. According to park service officials, reducing the human footprint is critical to preserving Yosemite for future generations. But some park regulars are opposing the plan, saying that the recreational facilities are historic and central to the park's mission. Meanwhile, some environmentalists are saying the restoration plan does not go far enough. We'll dig into that debate and discuss what the future holds for this California treasure.