Objective: To evaluate the clinicopathologic characteristics, methods for preoperative evaluation, prognostic factors, and overall survival of nongenital ovarian metastases (NGOM). Material and Methods: Forty-eight patients with NGOM followed between January 2001 and January 2009 in Cukurova University Department of Gynecologic Oncology were included in the study. Clinical characteristics including demographics, preoperative imaging methods, endoscopic evaluations, tumor markers, histopathologic findings, prognostic factors, types of surgery, modalities for adjuvant therapy and survival were analyzed. Results: The gastrointestinal tract is the most common location of the primary tumor; colonic origin was found in 41% of the patients (n = 20). All metastatic lesions were adenocarcinoma with 23% of these classified as Krukenberg and 29% as mucinous type adenocarcinoma. When the whole group was evaluated, median survival time was 15.7 months in patients and there were significant differences between the groups according to primary site. Histopathological subtypes and presence of peritoneal carcinomatosis affected the median survival. The significant prognostic factors were primary site and histopathologic subtypes of the NGOM. Conclusions: NGOM should be kept in mind to avoid inappropriate management and therapy in patients with surgically managed ovarian tumor, especially young patients with gastrointestinal complaints.