Sure, the one I was talking about is called VBJO.
I like it a lot. No fees, no obligations. Diverse group of people and Jeeps. The people range from "never been off-road before" to those with a lot of experience. The Jeeps range from CJs up to JKs. The group is stock-friendly, but there are a lot of folks with modded Jeeps. Family-friendly, too. You'll see wives, kids and dogs at the meetups.
Create an account on their site and then check the calendar/forums. If you see an upcoming run you're interested in, just RSVP for it, and show up. In addition to the runs, they also do "meetups", which are get-togethers at a local restaurant. You're not obligated to go to any of these before going on a run. There are a lot of folks who only do the runs and skip the "meetups".
For runs, the group usually meets up in Va Beach and then drive as a group to Newport News, pick up more folks, and then drive to wherever the run is. Again, no obligation to drive with the group -- you can just meet them at the destination.
At the trail head, everyone usually airs down and does their disconnects, and then divide up into two groups. The more advanced folks go first, and the folks looking for more coaching go after them. Then everyone meets up again. Works out well. There's always enough advanced folks that stay with the second group to help them get more experience.
The members do their own runs, too. You'll see someone that's dying to get off-road on a weekend when nothing official is planned, so they'll post something up in the forum and get a small group going.