Hello Chris - this is boxelder maple. It is a soft-wooded tree which is very weedy - meaning it just seems to pop up anywhere and everywhere. These seedlings are best removed as they do not make sturdy trees.
Thanks for the reply Traci, but I don't think this is a Maple. It is low growing and vine like. I will send another view point of the plant. Thanks, Chris
Yes - seeing the vining nature changes my opinion. It appears to be trumpetcreeper. Take a look at these photos:
There are some cultivated trumpetcreeper selections sold as ornamentals. But the trumpetcreeper native to Kentucky is considered a weed. The vine can spread, and the main trunk will become woody over time, which can cause damage to fences as the vine grows and pushes against/around structure. It is pretty on roadsides, but not good in the landscape.