I'm on the opposite side of the cities from you, but you have some great options over there!
My friend really liked Mel-O-Dee stables in WBL when she owned her horse, she said it was by far the best quality care for the price she could get on that side of town.
Windy Ridge is over by you, which I've heard good things about as well.
Bob Jansen stables and Sunborn stables are not too far from you, I know both are excellent barns.
I boarded at Mel-O-Dee a few years ago and would never recommend it. The place is in disrepair due to the elderly owner not being able to put money into it. Fencing is run down, pastures are not good and get extremely muddy when it rains (Scratches and thrush were constant issues for a lot of the horses there). That place has gone through a ton of managers in the last few years, and it's possible they may have someone decent now, but I still don't think I'd risk it. They (used to, at least) put roundbales out without cutting the twine off, and over the years that twine has become imbedded in the ground. I showed up at the barn one day to find my 2yo filly with a deep twine burn/cut around her leg. I spent over an hour removing twine and other garbage (including wire) from her pasture, but I didn't come anywhere near close to getting it all out.
I don't think Windy Ridge does boarding. They have a ton of their own horses and I can't imagine where they would keep boarders. Regardless, I would never trust Mark Ward with my horse. He fancies himself an elite horseman and trainer, but in actuality is a moron that teaches his students things like how to use the toe of your boot to kick the horse in the stomach if it won't suck in for girthing, and things like that.
Bob Jensen's (not Jansen) place is mostly, if not all, Saddlebreds, but places like that will sometimes do outside boarding to horses not in training with them. I've never heard much about the place- good or bad- but it's about 30 miles from Woodbury, so you'd have to decide if you want to drive that far.
Sunborn... has nice facilities and the horses there appear to be well taken care of. You'd just have to check if they are in your price range.
It would be helpful if we knew how much you were willing to spend, how far you can travel, what amenities you are looking for, etc. It's hard to recommend places when we don't know exactly what your criteria is. I'm only about 20 minutes north of Woodbury, and I've been boarding for over 14 years, so I can give you some insight on which places to check out and which to avoid.