The aim of this study is to statistically determine the relationship between the sportspersonship behaviors of middle and high school students attending summer camps and their motivations to participate in sports, as well as to compare it with the variables of gender, grade level, number of siblings, and parents' educational status. The study was initiated with the voluntarily participation of a total of 391 students, including 208 young women (53.2%) and 183 young men (46.8%), who came to Altınoluk Social Facilities affiliated to Ankara Metropolitan Municipality for camping purposes, after obtaining the necessary permissions. The "Sportspersonship Behavior Scale in Physical Education Course Scale" was used to measure the sportspersonship motivations of the students participating in the study, and the " Participation Motivation Questionnaire Scale" was used to measure the motivations for participation in sports. As a result of the reliability test for the scales, the Cronbach Alpha coefficient of the BEDSDÖ was found to be .86, and for the IPSAS .81. When the sportspersonship scores of the students were compared with the gender, the scores of young female students were found to be higher than the young male students, there was no difference/ relationship between the students' sportspersonship scores and the variables of class levels, parents' education levels and number of siblings. A negative, low-level, significant relationship was found between the students' sportspersonship scores and their motivation to participate in sports scores. According to this result, as the sportspersonship levels of the participants increase, their motivation to participate in sports decreases or as their sportspersonship levels decrease, their motivation to participate in sports increases.