This study examined the psychometric properties of the Turkish version of the Cerebral Palsy Quality of Life Questionnaire (CP QOL). A total of 149 primary caregivers completed the final version of the CP QOL-Primary Caregivers and the Children Health Questionnaire (CHQ) for children 4-12 years old (M age=7.6yr., SD=2.5); 58 children with CP ages 9 to 12 years completed the CP QOL-Child and Health-Related Quality of Life Questionnaire for Children (Kid-KINDL) questionnaire. The Gross Motor Function Classification System was also used for the classification of the children with CP. Internal consistency (Cronbach's ) ranged between .63 and .93 for primary caregivers and .61 to .92 for the children's self-reports. Intra-class correlation coefficients ranged between .88 and .97 for primary caregivers and .91 to .98 for children. It was concluded that the Turkish version of CP QOL questionnaire is a reliable and valid tool for assessing QOL in children with CP.