The rate of refugee flows has risen and there are fears there could be an exodus from Syria's biggest city Aleppo, where there is heavy fighting between President Bashar al-Assad's forces and rebel fighters.
There were 50,227 Syrians in Turkey as of Thursday, after 2,219 people crossed the border on Aug 8-9, the state-run Disaster and Emergency Administration said in a statement.
The refugees are housed at nine camps in four Turkish provinces along the Syrian border.
The 17-month uprising against Assad's rule in Syria has created a refugee crisis in Turkey and other neighbouring countries. Turkey is worried that a flood of refugees could overwhelm its ability to care for them.
Opposition sources say at least 18,000 people have been killed since the revolt began in Syria in March 2011.