Yup. Listen to him.Most off-road tires have larger sidewalls than the OEM size allows for.
The closest I was able to find on Tirerack was the General Grabber AT2 in 215/60-16. It's about 3.2% larger than stock so your speedo will read 3.2% lower than actual (which isn't too bad) and might still fit under the fenders. The big thing to avoid is going with spacers and/or low-offset wheels because pushing the wheels out too far will cause them to rub on the fender edges and pull the trim off.
There's also the Yokohama GEOLANDAR A/T G015 and BFGoodrich ALL-TERRAIN T/A KO2 in the same size.
You can use this tool to see how close a given tire size is to OEM: