While in New Hampshire I discovered a very cool maple! Moosewood maple (Acer pennsylvanicum). This is a rather small tree for a maple, has huge leaves, striped bark and cool hanging seed clusters.
Leaves can be very large, and much less toothed than red or sugar maples. the bark is beautifully striped. This one didn’t have any white, but very often they have dark and light green along with bright white. The seed clusters add interest as well.

This is a tree native to the far north but I have been told it grows in a couple of places in the Cuyahoga valley. They are available if you shop around online. They require a shady spot and cannot take full sun like most other maples. Might be a fun experiment!