I live in northern Michigan and there are two places to board here in town. The first place is outdoor pasture only and it gets fed and loved on. You are resposible for grooming and riding. Get to use the outdoor arena and the trails and all that. That's $150 a month. The 2nd place does the kind of the same and it $190 for pasture (bigger than the first place) and $300 for a stall. They have an indoor arena that you get to use, as well as a 'break room' type place to hang out. Lol Both places let you use the tack room and all that.
There is a beautiful facility not that far from where I am boarding now, and their pasture board is $275 a month. That includes beautiful pastures, 5 horses each pasture, with large shelters. Round bales 24/7 and fed twice a day, with full use of the facility, all the trails, access to the Fox Hunters and a huge CC course and great Trainers.
I live in Northern Utah. :) I previously posted about my 30 dollar a month rent and forgot to answer you when you asked where I'm located. The pasture I'm at is also large enough to offer free grazing when its not covered in snow. My boy loves it there, and playing with all his herd buddies who are owned by other renters. Its always nice to know that theres about five other renters who can call you if they see trouble with your horse. After a month or so we tend to know who owns which horse ;)
I charge $150 per horse per month for pasture board.
That includes pasture in summer, automatic wateres so access to water at all times constant access to hay in winter, lean two shelters...which I bed w straw in winter, so they can lay down if needed.
Owners also have full access to arena and riding rings, and amenities in barn I.e bathroom etc.
They can have a tack locker as well, but for that I charge an extra 10 per month
I board at a private farm...my horses are the only ones there. I pay $50 a month per horse and $16 per mini, he feeds the hay I buy and I grain. Other boarding places around here range from $125 to $180 for pasture board and that includes hay.