Given recent harsh weather conditions, camp officials believe the families would be safer in eastern Jordan's Al-Azraq camp.
Interior Ministry spokesman Ziad al-Zoghbi, for his part, said preparations were currently underway at the camps in case of an emergency caused by the wave of cold weather currently affecting the region.
Al-Zoghbi did not, however, give the number of Syrian refugee families to be transferred to the Al-Azraq camp.
Some 1.4 million Syrians currently live in Jordan, including 650,000 who are registered with the UN's refugee agency (UNHCR).
Syrian refugees have flocked to the Hashemite Kingdom since the eruption of civil war in their country more than three years ago.